Redskins by the numbers, Week 15

Redskins by the numbers, Week 15
December 13, 2012, 1:00 pm
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104.2—The passer rating of Robert Griffin III. He is tied for the NFL lead in that category with a guy named Tom Brady.

7—The number of pass receptions this season by fullback Darrel Young. That is one more than tailback Alfred Morris has on the season.

1.9—Brandon Banks’ average gain on the eight passes he has caught this year (15 yards gained).

100—The number of punt return yards that Richard Crawford accumulated in his one game as the team’s punt returner. Banks had 178 in 12 games.

52—The number of receptions that team leader Josh Morgan will have for the season if he stays on his current pace. That would be the fewest receptions needed to lead the team since 1998 with Brian Mitchell and Michael Westbrook tied for the lead 44.

6—The number of games in which the Redskins have scored 30 or more points in 13 games this season. They went from Dec 24, 2006 through Jan. 1, 2012 (a span of 92 games) scoring 30 points or more in six games.

10—The number of games in which the Redskins have gained 150 yards or more rushing. That is the second most in a season in team history (11 in 1983) and it is more than the other three NFC East teams have this year combined.

2680—The number of rushing yards the team will have at the end on the season if it keeps its current pace. That would beat the team record of 2625 set in 1983.

41—The number of runs of 10 yards or more that Morris has this season. Only Adrian Peterson, with 43, has more.