Here is what you need to know on this Friday, November 25, 9 days before the Washington Redskins play the Arizona Cardinals.
—Today's schedule: Jay Gruden conference call 2 p.m.
—Days until: Redskins @ Cardinals 9; Redskins @ Eagles 16; Panthers @ Redskins 24
Injuries of note
Left game, stayed out: DL Anthony Lanier
Returned to or stayed in game: TE Jordan Reed (shoulder), G Brandon Scherff (ankle), G Shawn Lauvao (wrist
Postgame injury report
Redskins vs. Cowboys by the numbers
—The Redskins gained 505 yards of offense. After gaining 515 yards last Sunday the Redskins now have back-to-back 500-yard games for the first time in team history.
—The Redskins did not turn the ball over and did not allow a sack. That gave them the dubious distinction of being the second team in NFL history to compile over 500 yards of offense in a game without committing a turnover and without giving up a sack and still lose.
—After turning the ball over at least once in each of their first nine games this season the Redskins have now gone two straight games with no turnovers.
—They now have three 500-yard games this year, a team record for the most such games in a season.
—Kirk Cousins passed for 449 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. He because just the fifth quarterback this season to pass for over 400 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions.
—The 449 yards were a career high for Cousins in a regulation game. He passed for 458 in the overtime tie with the Bengals in Week 8.
—DeSean Jackson’s 67-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter was the 25th touchdown of 50 yards or longer his his career. Only Steve Smith (26) have more among active players.
—Ryan Kerrigan collected his ninth sack of the season, putting him one behind the league lead.
Tandler on Twitter
The #Redskins defense did not play well but I didn't expect them to. What killed them was points left on the field (red zone, missed FGs).— Rich Tandler (@TandlerNBCS) November 25, 2016
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