Redskins by the numbers, Week 13

Redskins by the numbers, Week 13
November 30, 2012, 9:15 am
Share This Post

Redskins by the numbers, Week 13

1—The number of Redskins currently on the roster who are over the age of 27 who have attempted or caught a pass or has a rushing attempt. The one is Santana Moss.

12—The number of players the Redskins have on injured reserve. That does not count Jammal Brown, who technically is on the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list.

12.5—Robert Griffin III’s average yards per pass attempt when throwing with play action. He averages 5.7 yards per pass when he doesn’t use play action.

19—The number of touchdowns the Redskins have scored on 35 red zone possessions. They scored 21 all of last year (on 51 possessions).

27—The number of points the Redskins’ opponents have scored off of turnovers. Last year through 11 games they had given up 63 points off of turnovers.

47.3—The Redskins’ third down conversion percentage over their last two games. Their season conversion rate is 31.9%.

235—The number of rushing attempts that Alfred Morris had as a senior last year at Florida Atlantic. His college career high is 263 carries in 2009 as a sophomore. Morris has 208 carries this, his rookie NFL season.

295—The number of points the Redskins have scored in their 11 games this season. The scored 288 in 16 games last year.

558—The number of receiving yards that team leader Leonard Hankerson will have this year if he stays on his current pace. That would be the fewest receiving yards needed to lead the Redskins since Bill Anderson led them with 488 yards in 1960. That was in a 12-game season.