The Washington Redskins on Sunday take on the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. With a look at a few interesting nuggets from Sunday's matchup, Redskins.com's Andrew Walker brings you this week's "Redskins-Colts: A Different Look," presented by **Kaplan University*, the Exclusive Higher Education Partner of the Washington Redskins.*
ALF IS BACK
](http://www.kaplanuniversity.com/)In the last two weeks, the Redskins have enjoyed a resurgence from running back Alfred Morris. Morris rushed for 221 combined yards in Weeks 11-12, the most of any NFC running back and third-most of any back in the NFL in that time frame.
Last week, Morris recorded his first 100-yard rushing performance of the season, gaining 125 yards on 21 attempts. With his next 100-yard rushing game, Morris will tie Earnest Byner, George Rogers and Terry Allen for the fifth-most 100-yard rushing games in team history (12).
Through two-and-a-half seasons, Morris (3,714) is one of only 17 running backs in NFL history to exceed 3,700 rushing yards in his first three seasons, joining Eric Dickerson, Earl Campbell, Jamal Lewis, Chris Johnson, LaDainian Tomlinson, Adrian Peterson, Clinton Portis, Terrell Davis, Ottis Anderson, Barry Sanders, Emmitt Smith, Eddie George, Edgerrin James, Walter Payton, Curtis Martin and Jim Brown, a list that features seven Pro Football Hall of Famers.
The Redskins rank very highly in several league statistical categories, both as a team and individually. Here's some of the highlights:
- Ranks first in the NFL in yards after catch (1,726)
- Ranks first in the NFL in average yards after catch (7.0)
- Ranks second in the NFL in yards per first-down play (6.25)
- Ranks tied for first in the NFC and tied for third in the NFL in longest pass reception (81 yards)
- Ranks first in the NFC and fourth in the NFL in 25+ yard passes (25)
- Ranks first in the NFL in lowest 10+ yard rushes percentage allowed (7.2%)
- Ranks second in the NFL in pass attempts allowed per game 32.0)
- Ranks tied for first in the NFC and tied for second in the NFL in least first downs passing allowed (124)
Redskins' special teams:
- Ranks first in the NFL in punting average (47.6)
- Ranks first in the NFL in longest punt (77 yards)
- Kirk Cousins ranks first in the NFC and second in the NFL in passing yards per completion (13.57)
- Cousins ranks tied for first in the NFC and tied for third in the NFL in longest pass completion (81t)
- Roy Helu Jr. ranks first in the NFL among running backs in 25+ yard receptions (5)
- DeSean Jackson ranks first in the NFL in yards per reception (20.4)
- Jackson ranks tied for first in the NFC and tied for third in the NFL in longest reception (81t)
- Andre Roberts ranks first in the NFC and second in the NFL in percentage of receptions caught for first downs (82.1%)
- Tress Way ranks first in the NFL in punting average (48.6)
- Way ranks first in the NFL in longest punt (77)
The Redskins have the fifth-most victories in NFL history, including both regular season and
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Franchise (Founded - Total Wins)
1. Chicago Bears (1920 - 752)
- Green Bay Packers (1921 - 736)
- New York Giants (1925 - 688)
- Pittsburgh Steelers (1933 - 609)
- Washington Redskins (1932 - 591)