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Redskins-Panthers Monday Stats Pack

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A list of stats and notes from the Washington Redskins' 29-21 win over the Carolina Panthers, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Redskins Public Relations.



  • The Washington Redskins defeated the Carolina Panthers, 29-21, at Bank of America Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
  • The Redskins game captains were: QB Case Keenum, G Brandon Scherff, DT Jonathan Allen, RB Adrian Peterson, S Landon Collins and P Deshazor Everett.
  • The Redskins won in Carolina for the first time since 1998.
  • The Redskins now have consecutive wins for the first time since Week 7-8 of the 2018 season.
  • The Redskins now have back-to-back wins over the Panthers for the first time since 2000-2001.
  • Interim Head Coach Bill Callahan won consecutive games as a head coach for the first time since Week 16-17 of the 2002 season when he was the head coach of the Oakland Raiders.


  • The Redskins recorded 20 first downs, the most since Week 3.
  • The Redskins rushed for a season-high 248 yards, their fifth 100-yard rushing game since Week 5.
  • The Redskins 248 yards rushing is the first time the team has rushed for 200+ yards since Week 2 of 2017. It is their first 250+ yard rushing game since Week 17 of 2012.
  • The Redskins had two players rush for 75+ yards for the first time this season.
  • The Redskins scored a season high 29 points. It was their most points scored in a single game since scoring 31 points against the Green Bay Packers in Week 3 of the 2018 season.
  • The Redskins totaled 362 yards of offense, the most since Week 1 [398].
  • The Redskins won time of possession for the first time this season. Their TOP of 30:37 is a season high.
  • The Redskinsdid not commit a turnover for the first time since Week 9 against the Buffalo Bills.
  • Quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr.threw for 147 yards on 13-of-25 passing. Haskins added seven yards on the ground.
  • Haskins Jr. is the first rookie quarterback in franchise history since Robert Griffin III [12/23/2012] to win on the road.
  • Haskins Jr. now has 801 passing yards on the season and is the 12th rookie in franchise history to have 750+ passing yards.
  • Running Back Adrian Peterson started his 150th career game and rushed for 99 yards [7.6 avg.] on 13 carries. It is his fifth game of 75+ yards rushing this season.
  • Peterson [113] is now No. 15 on the NFL's all-time touchdown list, passing Lenny Moore.
  • Peterson [16,281] totaled 99 yards from scrimmage, passing Terrell Owens [16,185] for No. 13 on the NFL's all-time list. 
  • Peterson recorded four 10+ yard runs and now has 377 in his career.
  • Running Back Derrius Guiceset a career high with his 129 yards rushing on 10 carries [12.9 avg.]. He added eight receiving yards.
  • Guiceis the fourth running back in NFL history to register 125-plus rushing yards and two-plus rushing touchdowns with 10 or fewer carries since 1948.
  • Guice finished with 12.9 yards per carry, setting a new franchise record for a single game [minimum 10 carries]. It is the highest YPC in the league this season.
  • Guice [22 years and 163 days] is the third-youngest player in franchise history to have 100+ yards rushing and two touchdowns. 
  • Guice is the second youngest player in franchise history to rush for 125+ rushing yards [Larry Brown, 138 yards, 22 years and 79 days].
  • Guice had a 60-yard run in the first quarter, marking the longest of his career and the team's second longest run of the season.
  • The 60-yard run by Guice is the 11th longest run in franchise history, eighth longest by a running back.
  • Guicehad the most rushing yards in a single game since Adrian Peterson recorded 149 rushing yards against the Giants in Week 8 of the 2018 season. 
  • Guiceand Petersonare the first pair of Redskins running backs to register 90-plus rushing yards and each record a rushing touchdown since 1985.
  • Running Back Chris Thompsonreturned to play in his first game since Week 6. He finished with 14 rushing yards on three carries and he hauled in a 15-yard reception.
  • Wide Receiver Kelvin Harmon hauled in three catches for 51 yards [17.0 per]. It is his third game of 50+ yards.
  • Wide Receiver Steven Sims Jr. totaled 29 yards on three receptions. 
  • Tight End Jeremy Sprinkle had two catches for 36 yards. His 23-yard reception is his longest of the season.


  • The Redskins finished with seven sacks, marking their eighth straight game with at least two. It is their longest streak since Week 1-Week 9 of 2017.
  • The Redskins finished with six-plus sacks in back-to-back games for the first time since Week 9-Week 10 of the 1984 season.
  • The Redskinsseven sacks was the most in a single game since Week 8 of the 2018 season. 
  • The Redskins recorded an interception, upping their season total to 13. They entered the game ranked fourth in the league.
  • The Redskins have an interception in three straight games, the second time they've achieved that feat this season.
  • The Redskins held the Panthers to 3-of-13 on third down, the lowest percentage of the season.
  • The Redskins limited the Panthers to two first downs via the run, tying a season low [Week 3 vs. Chicago].
  • The Redskins held the Panthers to 143 total yards in the first half, the fewest amount of yards allowed since they held San Francisco to 68 yards in Week 7. 
  • The Redskins limited the Panthers to 39 rushing yards in the opening half, the fewest they've allowed since Week 5 versus New England [19 yards].
  • The Redskinslimited Carolina RB Christian McCaffrey to 44 yards rushing. McCaffrey entered the game averaging 102.1 yards per game.
  • The Redskins held the Panthers to 31 percent on third down, second lowest of the season [Miami, 21 percent].
  • Defensive Tackle Jonathan Allen finished with one tackle a split sack. Allen now has 5.0 sacks on the season and 14.0 in his career. 
  • Defensive Tackle Matt Ioannidis recorded three tackles [two solo], two sacks and two tackles for loss.
  • Ioannidis has now tied a single-season high for sacks with 7.5 this year. His nine tackles for loss is also a season high.
  • Defensive Tackle Daron Payne made his 25th career start, totaling three tackles [two solo].
  • Linebacker Cole Holcomb finished with four tackles [one solo], pumping his season total to 78.
  • Linebacker Ryan Anderson made his first career start, totaling five tackles [one solo].
  • Linebacker Montez Sweat had three tackles [two solo] and 1.5 sacks. Sweat now has 5.0 sacks on the season.
  • Sweat's 5.0 total sacks is currently tied for the fifth-most for a rookie in a single season in franchise history. Brian Orakpo currently holds the franchise record with 11.0 sacks in 2009. 
  • Sweat is the first rookie in franchise history since Preston Smith [3.0, 12/26/15] to record multiple sacks in a game. 
  • Linebacker Nate Orchard recorded two tackles, a tackle for loss and a sack. It was his first game with the Redskins.
  • Linebacker Chris Odom posted three tackles [two solo], two sacks and one forced a fumble. It was his first career game with the Redskins.
  • Odomis the first Redskin since Ryan Kerrigan in Week 11 to record two-plus sacks and one forced fumble.
  • Linebacker Jon Bosticfinished with seven tackles [two solo] and now has 83 on the season. It is his third 80-tackle season of his career.
  • Cornerback Fabian Moreau finished with three tackles [two solo] and an interception. He now has consecutive games with an interception for the first time of his career.
  • Cornerback Quinton Dunbartallied five tackles [four solo] with two passes defensed. 
  • Safety Landon Collins finished with eight tackles [three solo], a tackle for loss and one pass defensed.


  • Kicker Dustin Hopkins went 3-for-4 on field goals and connected on both of his PATs.
  • Hopkins field goal makes were from 25, 42 and 36 yards, respectfully.
  • Hopkins [485] moved to No. 5 in franchise history total points, passing Curt Knight [475]. He is now third among place kickers [Mark Moseley, 1,206; Chip Lohmiller, 787].
  • Punter Tress Way punted five times [58.0 per] with two punts pinned inside the 20-yard line. It is the highest average of the season and second highest of his career [58.3, 9/25/14].
  • Way had a 79-yard punt in the third quarter, setting a new career high.

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