The Washington Redskins held the favored Eagles to field goals to stay undefeated while Philadelphia fans booed their team's inauspicious 0-2 start. The Redskins struggled early but sputtered into gear at the end of the first half to take the lead with a little help from an Eagles time-out, reports the Washington Post.
Quarterback Jason Campbell led the quirky drive that included a delay-of-game call, two false starts, and a malfunctioning helmet headset—all within the final 14 seconds of the half. A time-out call by Philadelphia gave the 'Skins time to set up a touchdown play. Washington defense protected the lead, keeping Eagles quarterback Donovon McNabb from throwing a touchdown despite his 240 passing yards.