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Running back Adrian Peterson took the ball 90 yards for a rushing touchdown that was the longest of his career and the longest in Redskins history. Despite the 90-yarder, he did not get 100 yards on the night.
Stephen Curry, in his second game back from a strained groin that kept him out for 11 games, looked fully restored and recovered. He outscored the Hawks by himself in the first quarter 18-17, going 6-of-7 from the field and 4-for-5 from beyond the arc.