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Commanders-Colts Stats & Snaps


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A list of stats and notes from the Washington Commanders' 17-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Washington Commanders Public Relations.


  • The Washington Commanders defeated the Indianapolis Colts, 17-16 at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
  • Washington forced the Colts to a three and out on their opening drive, the third time they've forced their opponent to a three and out on their opening drive this season.
  • Washington forced two fumbles in a single game for the first time since Week 7 of last season at Green Bay.
  • Washington won by scoring a touchdown with 0:22 seconds left. It was the second time this season they won a game with a touchdown with under two minutes remaining. They also did so against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 1.
  • Washington has won three-straight games for the first time since Week 10-13 last season.


  • QB Taylor Heinicke completed 23-of-31 passes for 279 yards, one touchdown and one interception. He added six rushes for 29 yards and a touchdown.
  • With his touchdown pass in the second quarter, Heinicke reached 25 career passing touchdowns.  
  • WR Terry McLaurin had six receptions for 113 yards. It was the 12th 100-plus yard receiving game of his career and his first since Week 3 at Philadelphia.
  •  WR Curtis Samuel had three receptions for 50 yards and added four rushes for 29 yards.
  • RB Antonio Gibson had seven carries for 19 yards. He also added seven receptions for 58 yards and a touchdown. It was Gibson's fifth career receiving touchdown. It was also the 25th overall touchdown in his career. Gibson has a receiving touchdown in back-to-back games for the first time in his career.
  • Gibson surpassed 500 career carries. He is the fourth player in franchise history to rush at least 500 times within their first three seasons.
  • Gibson is now tied with Michael Westbrook (25) for No. 24 all-time in overall touchdowns in franchise history.


  • DT Jonathan Allen recorded two tackles for loss. It was the 10th time Allen has recorded multiple tackles for loss in a single game in his career and third time this season.
  • DT Daron Payne recorded a sack, tackle for loss, quarterback hit and fumble recovery. He has recorded at least 1.0 sack in each of his last two road games. It was his fourth-career fumble recovery.
  • P Tress Way had six punts for 294 yards including four pinned inside the 20 and a long of 65.
  • K Joey Slye went made his only field goal attempt, a 28-yard field goal.



Table inside Article
Player Snaps Percentage
Andrew Norwell 61 100%
Cornelius Lucas 61 100%
Charles Leno 61 100%
Trai Turner 61 100%
Tyler Larsen 61 100%
Taylor Heinicke 61 100%
Terry McLaurin 58 95%
Cam Sims 49 80%
Curtis Samuel 45 74%
Logan Thomas 34 56%
Armani Rogers 22 36%
Antonio Gibson 22 36%
J.D. McKissic 22 36%
John Bates 20 33%
Brian Robinson 15 25%
Kyric McGowan 9 15%
Dax Milne 9 15%


Table inside Article
Player Snaps Percentage
Jamin Davis 58 100%
Kamren Curl 58 100%
Kendall Fuller 58 100%
Benjamin St-Juste 58 100%
Bobby McCain 57 98%
Daron Payne 53 91%
Jonathan Allen 46 79%
Montez Sweat 41 71%
Darrick Forrest 39 67%
James Smith-Williams 39 67%
John Ridgeway 25 43%
Rachad Wildgoose 24 41%
Casey Toohill 21 36%
David Mayo 19 33%
Efe Obada 18 31%
Daniel Wise 10 17%
Jon Bostic 8 14%
Jeremy Reaves 4 7%
Danny Johnson 2 3%

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