Cousins cashes in
LANDOVER, Md. — Cashing in with four red zone touchdowns and taking the ball away at crucial moments let Washington hang on in a sloppy game. Cleveland, which rallied from a 14-0 deficit, led late in the third quarter when fullback Malcolm Johnson, a second-year player who had never run the ball in the NFL, fumbled. Washington recovered, then drove 91 yards to a go-ahead touchdown. "It's just what we needed to do," quarterback Kirk Cousins said.