Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, August 17, two days before the Washington Redskins play the New York Jets at FedEx Field.
—Today's schedule: Practice 1:10; player availability and Jay Gruden news conference after practice.
—The Redskins last played a game that counted 220 days ago. It will be 26 days until they host the Steelers in their 2016 season opener.
—Days until: Final roster cut 17; Cowboys @ Redskins 32; Browns @ Redskins 46
The Redskins by the numbers
19.7—The 2015 Redskins’ average margin of defeat against teams that finished the season with winning records. There were three such games and all of them were on the road (Jets, Patriots, Panthers).
6—The number of teams that had winning records in 2015 that are on the Redskins’ schedule this year.
1—The number of those games that are true road games. That is in one in Arizona. One, against the Bengals, is in London, and four (Steelers, Vikings, Packers, Panthers) are at home.
64.1—Kirk Cousins’ completion percentage on passes thrown inside the 10 yard line. That ranked second among players who threw at least 25 passes inside the 10.
16—The number of touchdown passes Cousins threw from inside the 10. That was third in the NFL.
0—The number of red zone interceptions that Cousins threw last year. He had more red zone attempts (79) than any other QB who didn’t throw a red zone interception.
133—The number of receiving yards Jordan Reed had in the red zone. That led the NFL.
Tandler on Twitter
With camp over, it should be noted that D. Jackson did not miss a single practice or, as far as I could tell . . . https://t.co/J3PZKBL18b— Rich Tandler (@TandlerNBCS) August 16, 2016
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