Here's a recap of some of the best Redskins highlights from their Week 15 matchup against the Bills at FedExField.
The Redskins received the ball first and the offense was in gear right away. Quarterback Kirk Cousins drove them 84 yards down the field to set up a 3-yard jump ball touchdown for tight end Jordan Reed
During the Redskins' second scoring drive, Cousins found wide receiver DeSean Jackson wide open for a 27-yard completion.
Later in that drive, on what looked like a proposed pitch play to running back Matt Jones, Cousins kept the ball and scrambled for 13 yards into the end zone to score his fifth rushing touchdown of the season.
Tight end Jordan Reed continued his torrid pace, catching his second touchdown of the game, an 18-yard pass to make it a three-score game.
Before the end of the first half, the Redskins committed an impressive goal-line stand that prevented the Bills from scoring heading into the intermission.
The Redskins got back on the board in the third quarter thanks to wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who tracked down a slightly underthrown pass from Cousins and then turned on the jets for a 77-yard score.
Cousins collected his fourth passing touchdown with a 5-yard toss to wide receiver Pierre Garçon.