After a Vikings punt pinned the Redskins at their own 9-yard line, Washington began to march the ball down the field. After a pass to Leonard Hankerson and a 15-yard run by Alfred Morris, the Redskins found themselves at midfield. After that, Robert Griffin III hit Santana Moss for a 30-yard pass to get the ball to the Minnesota 20-yard line. The 30-yard completion is the longest play allowed by the Vikings this season.
A questionable roughing the passer call on Erin Henderson gave the Redskins a first-and-goal situation, and two plays later the Redskins had third-and-goal at the 1-yard line. From there, Morris took the handoff and took it into the end zone for a score. Kai Forbath hit the extra point, and the Redskins took a 10-9 lead.
This represents the first time that the Vikings have trailed since Week 2. In their entire three-game winning streak, the Vikings have not trailed at all.
With 2:27 left until halftime at FedEx Field, the Washington Redskins lead the Minnesota Vikings by a score of 10-9.