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Washington-Eagles Monday Stats Pack

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Jaret Patterson tries to evade a defender during the Washington Football Team's Week 17 game against the Philadelphia Eagles. (Emilee Fails/Washington Football Team)

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A list of stats and notes from the Washington Football Team's 27-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Washington Football Team Public Relations.

GENERAL

  • The Washington Football Team fell to the Philadelphia Eagles, 20-16 at FedExField.
  • Washington was 9-for-15 for a 60 percent conversion rate on third down, the highest this season and highest since also converting 60 percent of their third downs on October 25, 2020 vs. Dallas.

OFFENSE

  • QB Taylor Heinicke completed 27-of-36 passes for 247 yards, and an interception.
  • Heinicke reached the 3,000 passing yard plateau in the game and now has 3,519 passing yards in his career.
  • RB Jaret Patterson had 12 rushes for a career-high 57 yards (4.8 avg) and his second rushing touchdown of the season. He added five receptions for 41 yards. His 98 scrimmage yards are a career-high.
  • Patterson is one-of-five Washington rookies to average at least 4.8 yards per carry in a single game with at least 12 attempts since 2015.
  • WR Terry McLaurin had seven catches for 61 yards. It was McLaurin's most receptions in a game since Week 7 at Green Bay when he also recorded seven catches.
  • McLaurin is 40 receiving yards away from 1,000 on the season with one game to go.

Defense

  • DT Jonathan Allen finished the game with five tackles (three solo) and one QBH.
  • Allen recorded his 28th QBH this season. He has at least one QBH in each of the teams first 17 games.
  • Allen entered Week 17 with the fifth-most QBH in the NFL.
  • LB Jamin Davis recorded Washington's sole sack of the game and the first of his career.
  • Davis became the 14th Washington player to record at least 1.0 sack this season, the most since 2019.
  • LB Cole Holcomb registered a team-high 11 tackles (five solo) and one pass defensed.
  • Holcomb's seven passes defensed this season are a career-high.
  • S Kam Curl finished the contest with 10 tackles (six solo).
  • CB Kendall Fuller finished the game with five solo tackles, including one tackle for loss.
  • Fuller now has two tackles for loss on the season and is one away from tying his single-season career high.

The Washington Football Team takes on the Philadelphia Eagles looking to snap a three-game losing streak. (Photos by Emilee Fails and Karlee Sell/Washington Football Team; Joe Noyes/NFL)

Special Teams

  • K Joey Slye was three-for-three hitting field goals of 31, 39 and 55 yards. He also made the only extra-point he attempted.
  • Slye's 55-yard field goal was the longest field goal of the season for Washington.
  • Slye's 55-yard field goal was the longest in Washington history since Week 6 of the 2018 season when K Dustin Hopkins hit a 56 yarder against the Carolina Panthers at FedExField.
  • Slye has made all nine of his field goal attempts with Washington since joining the team in Week 10.
  • Slye is four-for-four from 50-plus this season and is one of four kickers in the NFL this season to have at least four kicks from that distance and a 100 percent conversion rate.
  • P Ryan Winslow recorded two punts of 84 yards (42.0 avg).
  • KR DeAndre Carter finished the game with two kickoff returns for 57 yards (28.5 avg.).
  • Carter now has 871 kickoff return yards. He needs 129 yards in the final contest to go over 1,000 kickoff return yards for the season.

Snap Counts

OFFENSE (63 snaps)

Table inside Article
PlayerPlaysPercentage
Charles Leno Jr.63100%
Cornelius Lucas63100%
Brandon Scherff63100%
Keith Ismael63100%
Taylor Heinicke63100%
Terry McLaurin6095%
John Bates5892%
Saahdiq Charles5689%
Cam Sims4775%
Jaret Patterson3962%
Adam Humphries3352%
DeAndre Carter2235%
Wendell Smallwood1625%
Ricky Seals-Jones1321%
Jonathan Williams813%
Dyami Brown711%
Jon Toth711%
Sammis Reyes610%
Dax Milne610%

Defense (61 snaps)

Table inside Article
PlayerPlaysPercentage
Danny Johnson61100%
Bobby McCain61100%
Cole Holcomb61100%
Kam Curl61100%
Kendell Fuller61100%
Bunmi Rotimi5489%
Daron Payne4879%
Jonathan Allen4777%
Casey Toohill4167%
David Mayo4066%
Matt Ioannidis3557%
Jeremy Reaves3456%
William Bradley King2439%
Corn Elder1525%
Jamin Davis1321%
Tim Settle1220%
Shaka Toney35%

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