Here are the biggest moments from the Washington Redskins’ 29-21 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday at Bank of America Stadium. Scroll down to see a full recap of the game.

Redskins complete goal-line stand with seventh sack (0:31 fourth quarter): After Kyle Allen scored on a 17-yard scramble to cut Washington’s lead to eight with 1:51 remaining, Carolina converted its first onside kick in 29 attempts since 1998, according to CBS. Four completions later, the Panthers had a first-and-goal at the Washington 1-yard line, needing a touchdown and a two-point conversion to force overtime. After the Redskins stuffed Christian McCaffrey on first and second down, an incompletion set up the final play. Allen dropped deeper and deeper to buy time and avoid the rush, but he couldn’t escape Chris Odom, whose sack-fumble was recovered by Nate Orchard to preserve Washington’s second straight win.

Derrius Guice pads Redskins’ lead (9:29 fourth quarter): On first and 10 from the Carolina 38 and with Washington clinging to a one-point lead, Derrius Guice broke through the line and stiff-armed Carolina linebacker Shaq Thompson on a 37-yard run that was initially ruled a touchdown. After officials determined Guice stepped out of bounds just shy of the goal line upon replay review, Guice jumped into the end zone for his second touchdown of the game on the next play. Dustin Hopkins’s ensuing extra point extended the Redskins’ lead to 22-14. Guice finished with 129 yards on 10 carries.

Adrian Peterson adds to Panthers’ deficit (4:26 fourth quarter): Peterson had a big game as well, finishing with 13 carries for 99 yards, including a 12-yard touchdown run that gave the Redskins a two-score lead late in the fourth quarter. At that point, the Panthers looked lifeless. Peterson’s first rushing touchdown since Week 2 was set up by a 26-yard completion from Dwayne Haskins to rookie wide receiver Kelvin Harmon on the previous third down play.

Derrius Guice breaks off a 60-yard run (4:30 first quarter): Washington trailed 14-0 and was in danger of getting blown out by the time it got the ball for the second time. On second and six, Guice broke free for a 60-yard gain to the Carolina 11-yard line. The Redskins settled for a 25-yard Dustin Hopkins field goal on the drive, but Guice’s career-best run gave the Washington defense a needed breather and the entire team a spark.

Kyle Allen throws costly interception (4:45 second quarter): On second and eight from the Carolina 4-yard line, Allen led DJ Moore too far on a slant route, and Fabian Moreau was in position for the interception. Moreau returned the pick to the Carolina 1, and Derrius Guice powered his way into the end zone on the next play. Carolina’s poor starting field position that preceded Allen’s interception was set up by Simeon Thomas downing Tress Way’s punt at the Carolina 2.

Carolina blocks long field goal (0:10 second quarter): On the final play of the first half, Panthers defensive tackle Kyle Love blocked Dustin Hopkins’s 49-yard field goal attempt to preserve Carolina’s 14-12 lead. Three plays earlier, the Redskins had a first down at the Carolina 13-yard line after a 15-yard completion from Dwayne Haskins to Chris Thompson. But a strip-sack by Bruce Irvin and an offensive pass interference penalty in the end zone on Jeremy Sprinkle led to Hopkins’s unsuccessful attempt.

Dwayne Haskins avoids sack, finds Jeremy Sprinkle (11:44 third quarter): Haskins’ overall numbers weren’t impressive, but he made some nice individual plays. Facing second and 15 from the Washington 42 on the Redskins’ first drive of the second half, the rookie backpedaled to avoid a sack by Bruce Irvin and found a wide-open Jeremy Sprinkle down the middle for a 23-yard gain. The completion under pressure led to a field goal that gave the Redskins their first lead of the game.

DJ Moore catches touchdown pass (5:18 first quarter): Carolina’s second drive of the game ended the same way as its first, with a touchdown catch on third down. Moore, the former Maryland star, found himself wide open on a corner route after cornerback Quinton Dunbar vacated the area and made the easy 13-yard catch. Moore celebrated his fourth touchdown reception of the year by cradling the football like a baby. His girlfriend gave birth to their daughter Wednesday.