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The coach explains what happened with the quarterback and Ryan Grant on the final play of Sunday's overtime.

Already missing key players on both sides of the ball, the Redskins emerged from Sunday's loss to the Atlanta Falcons with injuries to three others.

The Redskins lost to the Falcons in overtime, 25-19, on Sunday at the Georgia Dome. Here’s how the snaps were divided up.



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