The Washington Redskins are continuing to roll, as their offensive line are dominating the Seattle Seahawks' front en route to the second touchdown of the first quarter. They now lead 14-0 in Sunday's Wild Card playoff.
His second touchdown of the day, both on third down -- Robert Griffin III found Logan Paulsen for a four-yard touchdown. RGIII is playing extremely well, completing six of his first nine passes, but it's Washington's ground game that has separated them early and been the unsung hero. Alfred Morris has run for 49 yards on just 8 carries, running at an average of 6.1 yards per carry.
It remains to be seen how much longer Washington's offense can stay on the field. Robert Griffin III is continually getting up gingerly, and heavily favoring his injured leg. This is compounded with a Seattle defense who are making sure they hit the Redskins' quarterback hard as often as possible.