Soldier Field - Art Monk caught six passes, two of them for touchdowns, as Washington put away the Bears in the fourth quarter.
Monk’s first touchdown pass of the day came just after the two-minute warning for the first half when he torched Chicago cornerback Donnell Woolford to get open for Mark Rypien’s 26-yard scoring pass. Monk, typically, deflected credit for the play. “It’s a very well-designed play,” he said. “Against a two-deep zone, both of the safeties have to commit to Ricky (Sanders). That leaves the man in my position one on one with against a corner who’s got a tough angle to come in and make the play.
That gave the Redskins a 10-0 lead and they held on from there.