Kirk Cousins' Clutch Throws Stun Seahawks (Week 9) | NFL Turning Point

Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins makes clutch throws to beat the Seattle Seahawks late in Week 9.

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50 Responses

  1. Nice to see Seattle being their typical selves with their usual cheap shots. Nice spear to the head by Chancellor at 3:26. I truly hate that activist head coach Peter Carroll and his team. I can't wait for Seattle and their Legion of Gloom and Fumes finish third in the division behind LA and SF in 2018. Everyone on the team is fleeing.

  2. All the redskins had to do was pay this man and build this team around him. Give him a bruiser at running back. Give him a wide receiver that can take the top off. He already had Jordan Reed. This is just tragic. We never had a franchise quarterback. We finally got a great qb and we let him go

  3. Amazingly, as good as the Seattle Seahawks have become in recent years–and as mediocre as the Washington Redskins have been since effectively prehistoric times, or before 1993–the Redskins are still undefeated in Seattle in regular season play to this very day.

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