With NFL RedZone, All-22 footage and GamePass, it’s never been easier to access information about your favorite teams and players. Still, nothing can quite beat the actual players and coaches, especially those who drew up those plays in the first place.
Redskins OLB coach Chad Grimm went in-depth on how Ryan Kerrigan's strip-sack of Dak Prescott developed. Of course, Preston Smith was there to pounce on the fumble for a touchdown with 4:55 to play in the fourth quarter.
Following Smith's touchdown, the Redskins owned a 20-10 lead over the Cowboys and held for an important 20-17 victory over the Cowboys.
What stood out the most to Grimm on the play was Kerrigan's awareness.
"Prescott pumpfaked Kerrigan as he was running straight for him... he doesn't even break stride. He was unfazed by the pumpfake."
"As [Dak] Prescott was going down, [Kerrigan] slipped his left hand in there... and knowingly pushed that ball out."
That play ignited every Redskins fan at FedEx Field on Sunday and made the reality set in that the Redskins were going to end a four-game losing streak against their bitter rival.
It's fascinating to hear from Coach Grimm on how this game-changing play developed against the Cowboys.
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