In the fourth quarter of the Eagles battle with the Redskins, quarterback Carson Wentz dropped in the pocket and looked into the end zone for an open receiver. Late in the play with Wentz looking around for an open target, the Washington linebacker stepped forward to put a hit on Wentz.
A sack seemed to be on the way, but Wentz got rid of the football at the last split second and threw it down the right sideline to running back Corey Clement, who had first ran short square out. He saw his quarterback was in trouble, so he turned up the sideline and took the route deep as a way of getting open.
Some how Wentz saw Clement had a step on the linebacker and he delivered the football to the rookie running back. Clement went up and pulled the down for an Eagles touchdown.