The Washington Redskins didn't have quarterback Robert Griffin III on Sunday, but that didn't stop them from scoring 38 points en route to a win over the Cleveland Browns. Cleveland defensive back Joe Haden said the Redskins kept them guessing throughout the game.
"When we thought it was going to be a run, it was a pass," Haden said. "When we thought it was a pass, they ran. You felt off-balanced. You didn’t really know what they were doing."
Washington began slowly--three of its first four drives ended with a punt, and the other ended on a Kirk Cousins interception. But the Redskins began to find some rhythm after that, and Cousins orchestrated four touchdown drives in the second half as the team overcame a 14-10 halftime deficit.
Washington finished the game with 430 yards of total offense, and Cousins finished with 329 passing yards. The Redskins converted seven of 15 third downs.