Junkies: Logan Paulsen Steps Up After Davis’ Injury
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Logan Paulsen joined the Junkies on Monday, one day after a career game with the Redskins which saw starting tight-end Fred Davis go down with an season-ending injury.
Paulsen caught four passes for 76-yards including the memorable 4th and ten scramble by Robert Griffin III when he found a wide-open Paulsen for a first down. That drive ended in a go-ahead touchdown pass from RG3 to Santana Moss.
“I didn’t realized how spectacular that play was until I got home…only two or three guys could make a play like that,” Paulsen said. “That was really fantastic on his part. All I had to do was catch the ball.”
Junks asked Paulsen if his contract has any incentives now that he could find himself in a starting role. Unfortunately, that is not the case.” Paulsen laughed and replied “Basic, boring, the most minimum contract you can have. No bonuses.”
As for the 77-yarder touchdown that won the game for the Giants, Paulsen wasn’t about to point fingers. “There a million plays that could won it, there are a million plays that could have lost it….We all take a lot of responsibility for the loss.”
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