Chance of snow in Hell; Redskins up 14 on Giants at half


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Grossman went deep and was intercepted not once, but twice. Pass interference penalties were missed, touchdowns were dropped by the Giants and enough plays were made by the Redskins to go into the half with a 17-3 lead. Santana Moss and Darrell Young have both scored touchdowns and Graham Gano squeaked in a field goal. The Giants led a late rally on the final drive of the half for

The Giants are contending (or not contending) for their playoff lives, but the Redskins have been the team coming out with the quick tempo and great physical play. Jason Pierre-Paul has still been giving Washington fits on the offensive line. The Redskins will have to continue running the ball and playing at a very high level. The last second surge by New York in this first half could have a possible carry-over effect and the Redskins will need to put the fire out early.

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