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Redskins 19, Titans 16, OT

Redskins on right side of QB issues

NASHVILLE — Vince Young is hurt and in trouble with coach Jeff Fisher for his latest meltdown. Meanwhile, Donovan McNabb is back in good standing with Mike Shanahan and the Redskins.

McNabb threw for 376 yards and a touchdown and former Florida State kicker Graham Gano hit a 48-yard field goal to end it in overtime.

Young tossed his shoulder pads and No. 10 jersey up into the stands (see notebook, 2X) after tearing the flexor tendon in his right thumb, an injury which could end his season. Meanwhile, Washington coach Shanahan joked that he won't have to talk about McNabb's two-minute work anymore two games after the veteran was benched at the end of a loss to Detroit.

"I think he did a heck of a job to get us into that position (to win)," Shanahan said of McNabb after the Redskins' third overtime game this season.

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Redskins 19, Titans 16, OT 11/21/10 [Last modified: Sunday, November 21, 2010 11:39pm]
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