The Miami Dolphins hosted the Washington Redskins for a low-scoring match. That scheduled NFL week 6 match between the two teams ended 17-16 in favor of the Redskins
The first quarter produced zero scores as the two teams battled each other. Both had their defenses up and as such incredible blocking action for the full match.
The Redskins were first to score. McLaurin got a touchdown early into the second quarter to propel his team ahead. The hosts got on the score-board through Sanders’ 39-yard field goal.
Keenum Passed deep into the field to find McLaurin who did not waste time to get a touchdown. This extended the lead that the Redskins enjoyed in the game. Then Hopkins scored a field goal for them from 21 yards out. The hosts never scored during this quarter.
Ballage scored the first touchdown for the hosts in the final quarter of the game. Before the match ended, the hosts also got another touchdown from Parker. However, the visitors had already garnered enough points to win the match.
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