Redskins game notes from loss to Vikings

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Wide receiver Jarius Wright #17 of the Minnesota Vikings celebrates with teammates after a touchdown during the third quarter against the Washington Redskins at FedExField on November 12, 2017 in Landover, Maryland. Next week, a very tough Los Angeles Rams team comes to town and will battle the Purple in a battle of divisional leaders.

Fantasy Impact Overall, it was a fantastic effort from Keenum, though his two interceptions, which came on back-to-back throws, allowed the Redskins to get back into the game after it was well in hand. They gave up a lot of points by theirs (or any defense's) standard, but some of those points came because of the turnover by the offense.

Swearinger's multi-interception game is the first by a member of the Redskins since both Bashaud Breeland and Josh Norman accomplished the feat in Week 16 of the 2016 season at Chicago.

On his next pass, Keenum threw toward the sideline and Swearinger intercepted again, and only Keenum's tackle kept him from scoring.

Thielen had eight catches for a season-high 166 yards. The game evened the Redskins' all-time record against the Vikings at 13-13, including postseason play.

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But let's dive into the game grades for Week 10. "When it's time to make a play, he makes a play when". Hopefully he can keep that focus, intensity and aim the rest of the season. "It's very important, " he said. "They were great and doing the Skol chant, and all that". He was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct, costing Minnesota 15 yards.

"I didn't see them when they were sitting on the ground over there, but I did see Diggs jump on the goal post and we had a little discussion, " Zimmer said of Sunday's celebration.

Despite the loss, Washington accomplished several milestones with a few listed here as provided by team public relations.

Redskins: Visit the New Orleans Saints on Sunday in a game they now badly need to win given their upcoming schedule. "It's our job to get the home field into the game, and we didn't do that at the end of the second quarter and second half".