Washington ends month-long TD drought

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Washington ends month-long TD drought
Washington ends month-long TD drought

The Latest on Week 11 in the NFL (all times EST): 3:50 p.m. The Washington Redskins' run of futility is over, but not before reaching a historic benchmark. Derrius Guice's 45-yard touchdown run against the New York Jets ended a streak of 16 consecutive quarters without a touchdown of any kind, the longest by any NFL team since the 2000 Baltimore Ravens. The mark is a franchise record, passing the 1936 Boston Redskins who went 13 in a row without a TD. The touchdown cut the Jets lead to 34-11. Washington went more than a month without a TD, dating to Case Keenum's 33-yard pass to rookie Terry McLaurin in the third quarter of a 17-16 win over Miami on Oct. 13. 3:30 p.m. The Philadelphia Eagles

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