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Commanders-Titans Stats & Snaps

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A list of stats and notes from the Washington Commanders' 21-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Washington Commanders Public Relations.

GENERAL:

  • The Washington Commanders, fell to the Tennessee Titans, 21-17 at FedExField on Sunday.
  • Washington forced a three and out on the Titans first possession, becoming the first team to force a three and out against the club on their first possession this season.
  • Washington held Tennessee to 4-14, (28.6 percent) on third down.
  • Washington had 5.0 sacks, the most in a single game since Nov. 8, 2020 vs. New York Giants.
  • Washington rookie tight end Cole Turner and running back Brian Robinson Jr. made their NFL debuts.

OFFENSE

  • Quarterback Carson Wentz completed 25-of-38 passes for a season-high 359 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. He added five rushes for 15 yards.
  • Wentz's second touchdown was the 150th of his career. He is one of 12 active quarterbacks to throw for at least 150 touchdowns.
  • It was the third 300-yard passing game Wentz has had this season, tied for the most by a Washington quarterback through five games. Wentz's 10 touchdown passes through five games are tied for the second most through five games in franchise history.
  • The 75-yard touchdown pass from Wentz to wide receiver Dyami Brown is the second-longest pass of Wentz's career. The longest pass of his career came on Oct. 11, 2021 as a member of the Indianapolis Colts when he threw a 76-yard touchdown to RB Jonathan Taylor.
  • Brown caught two passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns. It was the first 100-yard receiving game of his career.
  • Brown's 75-yard score was the longest first-career touchdown reception by a receiver for Washington since Olanda Truitt in 1994. It is the longest first-career touchdown reception by a player for Washington since RB Matt Jones in 2015.
  • Wide Receiver Terry McLaurin had five receptions for 76 yards. McLaurin surpassed 3,300 receiving yards in his career and averaged 15.2 yards per catch.

The Washington Commanders take on the Tennessee Titans for their Week 5 matchup at FedExField. (Emilee Fails/Washington Commanders)

DEFENSE AND SPECIAL TEAMS

  • Defensive End Montez Sweat had 2.0 sacks, three tackles for loss and four quarterback hits. It was his third-career multi-sack game and first since Oct. 25, 2020 vs. Dallas. It is the second time he has recorded 2.0 sacks in the first half of a game since Dec. 29, 2019, also against Dallas.
  • Defensive Tackle Daron Payne had 0.5 sacks and a quarterback hit.
  • Defensive Tackle Jonathan Allen had 0.5 sacks and two quarterback hits.
  • Defensive Ends James Smith-Williams and Efe Obada each had 1.0 sacks.
  • Kicker Joey Slye hit his 14th-career 50-plus yard field goal. It was his longest since Jan. 2, 2022, vs. PHI when he hit a 55-yarder.
  • Punter Tress Way punted six times for 247 yards with an average of 41.2 and two pinned inside the 20.

SNAP COUNTS

OFFENSE

Table inside Article
PlayerSnapsPercentage
Andrew Norwell63100%
Charles Leno63100%
Cornelius Lucas63100%
Saahdiq Charles63100%
Nick Martin63100%
Carson Wentz63100%
Terry McLaurin6298%
Curtis Samuel5790%
Cam Sims3759%
John Bates3759%
Cole Turner3251%
J.D. McKissic2641%
Dyami Brown2032%
Antonio Gibson2032%
Brian Robinson1829%
Armani Rogers58%
Dax Milne12%

DEFENSE

Table inside Article
PlayerSnapsPercentage
Kendall Fuller64100%
Cole Holcomb64100%
Bobby McCain64100%
Daron Payne5891%
Benjamin St-Juste5789%
Jonathan Allen5383%
Montez Sweat4266%
James Smith-Williams3758%
Jamin Davis3555%
Rachad Wildgoose3352%
Darrick Forrest3250%
Casey Toohill2641%
John Ridgeway2336%
Efe Obada2133%
William Jackson III1523%
Jon Bostic1016%
Daniel Wise46%
Shaka Toney35%
Jeremy Reaves23%
Khaleke Hudson12%

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