McNabb hits Anthony Armstrong for a 48-yard TD pass with 11:35 left and the Redskins are right back in it. Armstrong got behind S Charlie Peprah and then outjumped him for the ball in the end zone. It’s the first TD catch of Armstrong’s career.
All of the Packers’ missed chances are looming much larger now. The offense has managed just three points on three second-half drives and needs to put something together now.
There are more than 87,000 fans in attendance today and they’re sure to get awfully loud on defense now that the Redskins are mounting a comeback.
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