Redskins By The Numbers

2: The number of carries, out of 60, in which Robert Kelly has rushed for negative yardage.

4: The number of consecutive games in which the Redskins have rushed for at least 100 yards on offense.

4: The number of Redskins who have recorded two sacks and an interception in the same game. Those players are Preston Smith, Marcus Washington, Shawn Springs and Monte Coleman.

4. The number of field goals from 50 yards or more that PK Dustin Hopkins has kicked for the Skins, tying him with Graham Gano and John Hall for most in franchise history.

5: The number of consecutive games in which the Redskins defense has notched at least three sacks.

6: The number of sacks in Preston Smith’s career that have come against Sam Bradford, accounting for just over half of Smith’s 11.5 career total.

6: The number of Redskins players who have interceptions this season — each has one.

8: The number of consecutive games in which Kirk Cousins has thrown a touchdown pass.

13: The number of consecutive games in which the Redskins offense has produced at least 300 yards, dating back to last season.

15.8: The number of points the Vikings were giving up per game this season, coming into Sunday’s game. That was the best average in the NFL.

26: The number of points scored by the Redskins against the Vikings, the most points Minnesota’s defense has yielded in a game all season.

60: The number of touchdown passes in Kirk Cousins’ career, making him the sixth quarterback in franchise history to reach that achievement. (The others are Sammy Baugh, Sonny Jurgensen, Joe Theismann, Billy Kilmer and Mark Rypien.)

89: The number of consecutive starts for OLB Ryan Kerrigan, who has never missed a start in his career. That is tied for second-longest among active NFL linebackers.

91: Washington’s longest scoring drive, measured in yards, of the season. The Redskins have done this three times in 2016 — against the Browns, Bengals and Vikings.

94.8: The passer rating of Kirk Cousins in 2016. (His 2015 passer rating was 101.6.)

95: Consecutive games in which WR Pierre Garcon has a reception, the 6th-longest active streak in the NFL.

100: The number of career receptions for WR Jamison Crowder, making him the sixth Redskins player to record at least 100 catches in his first two seasons. (The others are Gary Clark, Rod Gardner, Art Monk, Charlie Brown and Chris Cooley. It took Crowder 25 games to get to 100; only Brown and Clark did it faster.)

110.9: The passer rating for Kirk Cousins against the Vikings, the fourth time this season Cousins has had a passer rating in excess of 100.

3985: The total number of receiving yards WR Pierre Garcon has as a member of the Washington Redskins, good for 11th place on the franchise list.

9912: The number of career passing yards for Kirk Cousins, who passed former Redskins QB Gus Frerotte (9,769) for seventh-most in franchise history on his 38-yard TD pass to TE Vernon Davis.


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