Nov 8, 2013 at 1.25am UK at ​Mall of America Field
Washington Redskins
27-34
Minnesota Vikings
FT
Garcon (1:17)
10
Q1
7
Peterson (5:11)
Reed (5:02), Paulsen (0:10)
14
Q2
7
Patterson (12:51)
3
Q3
14
Carlson (4:32), Peterson (0:57)
0
Q4
6

Robert Griffin III: 'Washington Redskins are improving'

Robert Griffin III is confident that the Washington Redskins will improve their results over the coming weeks.

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has insisted that the team are beginning to play as a unit and expects results to improve sooner rather than later.

Should the Skins beat the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night they will achieve back-to-back wins for the first time this season, with Griffin confident that the defense and offense are now working as a unit.

"I think that it's just the offense starting to gel," he told the club's official website. "As a team our defense is playing really well for us, getting turnovers, getting us the ball in good situations on the field. We're winning those areas and I think we are coming together more as a team.

"I think that the team is just starting to feel a lot better about itself. Defense is playing well, offense is getting in a rhythm, and we've won a couple of tough games. I think that's where guys can kind of feel like, 'hey, we can go on a run here and put ourselves in a good situation.'"

The Redskins are 3-5 for the season, while the Vikings have lost seven of eight.

Darrel Young of the Washington Redskins scores the game-winning touchdown in overtime against the San Diego Chargers during an NFL game at FedExField on November 3, 2013
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