Redskins vs. Buccaneers: Halftime Report

The Bucs and Redskins enter halftime with Washington leading, 21-6. The half ended on a failed 57-yard field goal attempt by Redskins’ K Billy Cundiff, it is his second miss of the game.

For the Buccaneers, their six points have come off of two Connor Barth 50+ yard field goals. He connected in the first quarter for a 50-yarder, and late in the second quarter on a 57-yard kick, which is tied for second longest in Buccaneer history. His NFL-leading consecutive streak, sitting at 24 straight, is also the longest in Buccaneer history.

QB Josh Freeman has connected on 13 of his 22 pass attempts for 88 yards. He also has one interception. WR Mike Williams is their leading receiver with two receptions for 32 yards. WR Vincent Jackson has three catches for 17 yards. RB Doug Martin leads the running game with 15 yards on four attempts. Defensively, LB Lavonte David leads the team with eight tackles, two for loss.

For the Redskins, the first touchdown came on an offensive fumble recovery. From inside the ten-yard line, QB Robert Griffin III took off up the middle toward the endzone, he was met at the one-yard line by S Mark Barron, who jarred the ball loose. It fell into the end zone, where Redskin WR Pierre Garcon was able to corral it for the score. Griffin ran in a touchdown from five yards out and RB Alfred Morris has added a 39-yard rushing touchdown.

Griffin has completed 12 of his 15 passes for 145 yards. He has also added 11 yards rushing and a touchdown on three carries. Alfred Morris leads the rushing attack with 75 yards on 11 runs. FB Derrel Young is the leading receiver with 40 yards on two receptions. TE Fred Davis has 38 yards on two catches, while WR Leonard Hankerson has four receptions for 32 yards. CB DeAngelo Hall hauled in an interception on the defensive side of the ball.

The Washington Redskins will receive the opening kickoff of the second half.

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