Griffin Tosses Four Touchdowns, Redskins Extend Eagles Skid to Six Games

Matthew BrownCorrespondent INovember 18, 2012

It may not have been the prettiest victory, but the Washington Redskins got four touchdown passes from Robert Griffin III, and ended their three-game skid against the division rival Philadelphia Eagles.

The 'Skins defense managed to rattle rookie Nick Foles early, forcing interceptions on back-to-back drives, and avoided giving up the big play that has ruined their season thus far.

Washington moves to 4-6 heading into the Thanksgiving Day matchip against the Dallas Cowboys, while the Eagles fall to 3-7 and extend their losing streak to six, the longest of Andy Reid's tenure.