Here's a recap of some of the best Redskins highlights from their Week 14 matchup against the Bears at Soldier Field.
The Redskins jumped out on top early. After tight end Jordan Reed's touchdown was nullified after review, running back Alfred Morris completed a 15-play drive for his first touchdown of the season thanks to a one-yard punch up the middle.
The Redskins drove 93 yards on ther next drive, which was capped by a fake handoff to running back Matt Jones and a quarterback keeper by Kirk Cousins.
Linebacker Trent Murphy stopped a Bears drive in the second quarter coming off the edge with a strip sack of quarterback Jay Cutler, recovering the football at his feet.
Already contributing a 32-yard completion into Chicago territory, tight end Jordan capped off the Redskins' second drive of the third quarter with a 5-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Kirk Cousins.