The Washington Redskins were hitting at an All-Madden level Monday night. Josh Norman absolutely leveled Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce midway through the second quarter to break up a pass. It was a clean hit that looked a lot worse than it actually was, and best yet Kelce himself actually applauded the effort.
Washington struck first in this game when Terrelle Pryor roasted none other than Marcus Peters (watch). It’s gone Washington’s way ever since, and the Redskins have an early 10-0 lead with around six minutes left in the first half.