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NFL: Washington 31, Philadelphia 6

Nov. 18, 2012 at 5:01 PM
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LANDOVER, Md., Nov. 18 (UPI) -- Robert Griffin III unleashed four touchdown passes and ran for 85 yards Sunday in the Washington Redskins' 31-6 pasting of Philadelphia.

Griffin completed 14-of-15 passes en route to 200 yards, connecting with Santana Moss, Aldrick Robinson, Logan Paulsen and Darrel Young on scoring strikes.

The Redskins (4-6) broke a three-game losing streak and recorded their first home win over Philadelphia since 2008.

The Eagles (3-7) dropped their sixth straight as Nick Foles -- starting for the injured Michael Vick -- was held to 21-of-46 through the air for 204 yards with two interceptions.

The skid is the longest for Philadelphia since a seven-game losing streak in 1994.

The Eagles' LeSean McCoy picked up 112 total yards -- rushing for 45 yards on 15 carries and catching six passes for 67 -- but left the game after taking a hit to the helmet from Redskins safety Madieu Williams.

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