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Vikings At Redskins Score Update: Donte Stallworth Finds The End Zone

The Washington Redskins took advantage of good field position from a Ryan Longwell kickoff going out of bounds, and they turned it into points against the Minnesota Vikings at FedEx Field.

Starting from their own 40-yard line, the Redskins moved the ball 60 yards in seven plays, concluding with a five yard touchdown pass from Rex Grossman to Donte Stallworth for a touchdown. It appeared that the ball may have popped out before Stallworth scored, but replay confirmed the touchdown, and the Vikings' lead is now just three points.

The Vikings have now allowed 26 touchdown passes since their last interception, and are in the middle of their 38th consecutive quarter of football without an interception.

With 10:46 left in the first half in the nation's capital, the Minnesota Vikings lead the Washington Redskins by a score of 10-7 on this Christmas Eve. Keep it right here for all the most recent updates on this one.

Photographs by Micah Taylor, clairity, and Fibonacci Blue used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.