Home / FOOTBALL / The Washington Football Team made its most surprising change yet: It found a way to fight for a win. – The Washington Post

The Washington Football Team made its most surprising change yet: It found a way to fight for a win. – The Washington Post

Put all that aside, and here’s what an NFL season being staged during a pandemic feels like: In the fourth quarter of a tie game, Washington running back Peyton Barber burst through the line of scrimmage and into the end zone for what would be the game-winning score. The public address announcer blared, “Touch-doooooooown, Washington!” Who those words were intended for remains unclear. The response in a building that holds 82,000 people: a burst of enthusiasm from the Washington bench, and an empty echo that rattled around the seats. In the NFL of 2020, energy and momentum can only come from within.

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