A look at the good (Hail!) and bad (Fail!) from the Washington Football Team’s 17-15 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Monday. With drives of nine, 10, 11, 15 and 16 plays, Washington dominated time of possession Monday as it rarely has before. Behind a career-high 29 carries for 111 yards by running back Antonio Gibson and a few clutch third-down conversions, Washington’s offense was on the field for 41 minutes 40 seconds. According to Pro Football Reference, that’s the franchise’s most time of possession in a game that didn’t go to overtime since Sept. 23, 1984, when it held the ball for 43:12 in a 26-10 win over the New England Patriots.