Rex Grossman’s second interception of the day ended the Redskins comeback attempt in the fourth quarter as Dallas hangs on to defeat Washington 33-30.
The Redskins tied the game on a pair of Grossman touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. Grossman connected with Santana Moss on a six-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth. Washington went for the two-point conversion and succeeded on a Grossman to Cooley pass, bringing the Redskins to within eight.
Washington tied the game with 7:37 to go on Grossman to Cooley touchdown pass from five yards out. The Redskins converted the two-point conversion on a pass to Mike Sellers.
The Redskins, however, could not take the lead. Dallas regained the lead on David Buehler’s fourth field goal of the game – from 39 yards out, giving Dallas a 33-30 lead with 50 seconds remaining.
With the Redskins looking to tie the game or take the lead in the waning moments of the game, Grossman threw his second interception – this one to Terrance Newman, as the Cowboys hang on to defeat the Redskins 33-30.