Here are the biggest moments from the Washington Redskins’ 19-16 win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday at FedEx Field. Scroll down to see a full recap of the game.

Dustin Hopkins kicks go-ahead field goal (0:20 fourth quarter): Hopkins, who missed his first career attempt from fewer than 30 yards last week, rebounded with a perfect game against the Lions. He made all four of his kicks Sunday, including a 39-yarder in the final minute that helped Washington avoid its first 10-game home losing streak since 1961.

Dwayne Haskins connects with Terry McLaurin (0:26 fourth quarter): On third and five from the Detroit 38-yard line on the drive that set up Hopkins’s go-ahead field goal, Haskins, who struggled with his accuracy all afternoon, found McLaurin for a 17-yard gain. The Redskins used their final timeout after the conversion, which came on McLaurin’s team-leading fifth catch of the day, before bringing on Hopkins to kick on first down.

Quinton Dunbar intercepts Jeff Driskel (0:48 fourth quarter): Hopkins’s kick wouldn’t have been possible without a timely turnover. One play after Redskins cornerback Jimmy Moreland had a sure interception on an attempted throwaway by Driskel go right through his hands, Dunbar picked off a pass intended for Marvin Jones Jr. at the Washington 46-yard line. The turnover, which came with the game tied in the final minute, put the Redskins in excellent position to drive for the winning score.

Matt Prater misses a field goal (9:52 first quarter): The Redskins’ opening possession ended with a lost fumble by Haskins, who had the ball knocked out of his hand as he wound up for a pass attempt on third down. Safety Tavon Wilson recovered for the Lions and returned it to the Washington 38. The Redskins’ defense stiffened and eventually forced a field goal attempt. The veteran Prater’s 39-yard try started straight down the middle, but then veered right and wide of the upright, and the game remained scoreless.

Steven Sims Jr.’s kick return touchdown (12:54 second quarter): The Redskins rookie wide receiver returned the opening kickoff 33 yards after reversing field and using his speed to get to the outside. His next opportunity was even more impressive. After having the ball bounce off his chest, Sims calmly picked it up, juked his way past a couple of defenders and found a seam down the left sideline. He easily ran past Prater en route to the end zone for Washington’s first kickoff return for a touchdown in four years.

Bo Scarbrough fumbles (10:21 second quarter): The Lions turned the ball over on consecutive snaps in the second quarter. The second came on a seven-yard run by Scarbrough, who was stood up by a host of Redskins defenders before Jonathan Allen jarred the ball loose. Redskins safety Montae Nicholson was credited with the fumble recovery, and seven plays later, Dustin Hopkins kicked a 37-yard field goal to give Washington a 13-3 lead.

Cole Holcomb knocks Detroit out of field goal range (2:31 second quarter): On their ensuing drive after Washington took a 13-3 lead, the Lions marched to the Redskins’ 33-yard line. On third and six, Holcomb broke through the line and sacked Jeff Driskel for a loss of six. Rather than attempt a long field goal in windy conditions, the Lions opted to punt. It was the first sack of the rookie linebacker’s career, and it came in a big spot.

Logan Thomas makes a touchdown catch (10:03 third quarter): On third and one from the Redskins’ 12-yard line early in the third quarter, Jeff Driskel dropped back to pass, rolled to his right and lofted a pass into the hands of tight end Logan Thomas. If the name sounded familiar, it was because Thomas, a Lynchburg native, was a three-year starter at quarterback for Virginia Tech from 2011 to 2013. His second career touchdown tied the score at 13.

Final: Redskins 19, Lions 16

  • Dustin Hopkins made all four of his field goal attempts, including a 39-yarder with 16 seconds remaining to help the Redskins snap a nine-game home losing streak.
  • Steven Sims scored the Redskins’ only touchdown on a 91-yard kickoff return in the second quarter.
  • Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins completed only 13 of 29 passes for 156 yards and an interception, but he had a key 11-yard scramble and 17-yard completion to Terry McLaurin on Washington’s game-winning drive.
  • Lions quarterback Jeff Driskel was 20 for 33 for 207 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions. He had more rushing yards (63) than Washington running backs Derrius Guice and Adrian Peterson had combined (57).

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