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Redskins-Cowboys Monday Stats Pack

Check out the top photos from the Washington Redskins' Week 17 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014, at FedExField in Landover, Md.


A list of stats and notes from the Washington Redskins' 44-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys at FedExField, *

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  • The Washington Redskins dropped their season finale to the Dallas Cowboys, 44-17, in front of an announced crowd of 80,897 people at FedExField on Sunday.
  • The Redskins finished the season with a completion percentage of 66.5 percent, breaking the team record of 65.8 percent set in 2012.
  • The Redskins finished the season with 5,738 net offensive yards, the seventh-best figure in team history. The Redskins have exceeded 5,000 yards in 10 straight seasons, the longest in team history.
  • The Redskins accumulated 4,461 gross passing yards (passing yards unadjusted for sacks) in 2014, second-most in team history behind the 1987 Redskins (4,476).
  • The Redskins posted 4,067 net passing yards this season, only the third 4,000-yard team passing season in franchise history (4,349 in 1989 and 4,136 in 1988).


  • Quarterback Robert Griffin III completed 27-of-41 passes for 336 yards with one touchdown. With his 27 completions, the 2014 Redskins finished the season with 364 completions, breaking the team record for completions in a season set last year (355).
  • The 300-yard passing game was the first of the season for Griffin III and the seventh of his career. Prior to Sunday, his most recent 300-yard passing game came in Week 3 of the 2013 season vs. Detroit.
  • Griffin III now has 8,097 career passing yards, passing Eddie LeBaron (8,068) for eighth-most in team history.
  • Griffin III scored on a two-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter, his first rushing touchdown of the season and his first since Week 17 of the 2012 season vs. Dallas.
  • With the score, Griffin III tied Eddie LeBaron, Mark Rypien and Norm Snead for the fourth-most career rushing touchdowns by a Redskins quarterback (eight).

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson caught two passes for 86 yards, giving him a team high in receiving yards (1,169) on 56 receptions this season. Jackson's 1,169 yards this season are the 15th most in a season in Redskins history. * Jackson becomes the first player in team history to post 1,100 receiving yards on fewer than 60 receptions. He is the first NFL player to accomplish the feat since Vincent Jackson in 2011. * Jackson finished the season with an average of 20.9 yards per reception, the fifth-best mark in team history. * Pending the results of Sunday's games, Jackson could become the first member of the Redskins to finish a season as the NFL leader in yards per reception since Henry Ellard (19.5 in 1996). He would be the fourth in team history to accomplish the feat (Ellard in 1996, Jim Podoley in 1957 and Hugh Taylor in 1950). * Jackson posted the ninth season in team history with at least 20.0 yards per reception, joining Hugh Taylor (1950, 1952, 1953), Charlie Brown (1982), Bill Anderson (1959), Bobby Mitchell (1963), Jim Podoley (1957) and Clint Didier (1986). * Jackson scored on a 69-yard touchdown reception from Robert Griffin III on his first reception of the game on the team's first drive. * The opening drive touchdown was the Redskins' second of the season and their eighth opening drive resulting in points this season. The eight opening drives culminating in points this season are the Redskins' most in records available dating back to 1995. * The touchdown was Jackson's fourth of the season of 50 yards or more, the most by a member since Santana Moss in 2005. * The touchdown of 50-plus yards was Jackson's 21st of his career, tied with Ken Burrough and Devin Hester for the sixth-most total touchdowns of 50-plus yards in the NFL since the 1970 merger. * Jackson's 21 total touchdowns of 50-plus yards or more are the most in the NFL since he entered the league in 2008. No other NFL player entered Sunday with more than 14. * The touchdown reception was Jackson's longest since an 81-yard touchdown at Philadelphia in Week 3. * Jackson enters Sunday evening leading the NFL in 50-yard receptions this season (eight). His 30 receptions of 50-plus yards since 2008 are the most in the NFL in that time frame. * With the first quarter touchdown pass, Griffin III joined Sammy Baugh, Sonny Jurgensen, Joe Theismann, Billy Kilmer, Mark Rypien, Eddie LeBaron, Jason Campbell, Gus Frerotte and Norm Snead as the only players to throw at least 40 career touchdowns as a member of the Redskins. * With the touchdown, Griffin III moved past Schroeder for sole possession of 10th most in team history. * The pass was the second-longest of in the career of Griffin III and his longest since his first touchdown pass of his career – an 88-yarder to Pierre Garçon in Week 1 of the 2012 season. * Running back Alfred Morris gained 43 yards on 12 carries to finish the season with 1,074 rushing yards on 265 carries. Morris' rushing totals in each of the past three seasons now account for three of the top 22 rushing seasons in team history. * With the effort on Sunday, Morris (3,962) passed Earnest Byner (3,950) for sixth-most rushing yards in team history. * Morris' 3,962 career yards are the 13th most by any NFL player in his first three NFL seasons, trailing only Eric Dickerson (5,147), Earl Campbell (5,081), Jamal Lewis (4,757), Chris Johnson (4,598), LaDainian Tomlinson (4,564), Adrian Peterson (4,484), Clinton Portis (4,414), Terrell Davis (4,405), Ottis Anderson (4,333), Barry Sanders (4,322), Emmitt Smith (4,213) and Eddie George (4,061). * Morris caught two passes for 19 yards, finishing the year with career highs in receptions (17) and receiving yards (155). * Garçon recorded a 47-yard reception in the third quarter, his longest since a 70-yard touchdown reception vs. Tennessee in Week 7. * Tight end Jordan Reed tied a season high with nine receptions for 70 yards. With the nine catches, Reed finished the year with 50 receptions, surpassing his previous career high of 45 receptions set last season. * Ten different receivers caught passes for the Redskins for the second time this season (10 at New York in Week 15).


  • Linebacker Jackson Jeffcoat made his first career start. Jeffcoat's start came against the Cowboys, for whom his father, Jim, played from 1983-94.

Here's an exclusive look from the Washington Redskins' sideline during their Week 17 game against the Dallas Cowboys.

In the third quarter, Jeffcoat recorded his first career interception, picking off Tony Romo.


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