The Washington Redskins picked off two
passes and forced a pair of fumbles while shutting down Detroit's
high-scoring attack in a 34-3 rout of the Lions.
The Lions came away with just a field goal and 149 total yards
after averaging 28 and a-half points and 387 yards a game. The only
time Jon Kitna got his team into an end zone was when he was sacked
for a safety.
Carlos Rogers returned one of Kitna's two interceptions 61 yards
for the final touchdown.
Mike Sellers had two touchdowns for the 3-and-1 Redskins, who
played without receivers Santana Moss and Antwaan Randle El in the
second half. Jason Campbell didn't miss his two targets, completing
23 of 29 passes for 248 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions.
Randle El had seven receptions for 100 yards before leaving with
a hamstring injury just before halftime.
Kitna was limited to 106 passing yards for the 3-and-2 Lions.