The Redskins (and some Seahawks) by the numbers, wild card playoff week.
—The Redskins are first playoff team since 1943 New York Giants to be led in both yards passing (Robert Griffin III) and rushing (Alfred Morris) by rookies. That wartime Giants team was led by rookies Emery Nix in passing (396 yards) and Bill Paschal in rushing (523).
—Washington led the NFL with 88 runs of 10-plus yards. Eighteen of those runs covered 20 yards or more. Last year, the Redskins had 10 runs of 20 yards or more.
—Griffin has passed for 230 yards or more in a game five times and the Redskins have won four of them. Add in Kirk Cousins’ 329-yard effort in the win over the Browns and you have a .833 winning percentage when passing for at least 231 yards.
—Of course, you can’t overlook Alfred Morris’ contribution. During the season-ending seven-game winning streak he averaged 117 yards per game. During the season, the Redskins were 8-3 when Morris rushed for at least 80 yards in a game.
—If the game comes down to a late field goal, the Redskins could have an edge if the kick is from a longer distance. Kai Forbath has attempted 12 field goals from 40 yards or longer and has made all of them. Seattle’s Steven Hauschka has tried nine from 40+ and has missed three of them. But Hauschka might have an edge in the “what have you done lately” category. Forbath missed his last kick against the Cowboys, while Hauschka hasn’t missed a field goal since Oct. 28.
—A lot has been said about each team’s secondary but not much about the wide receivers. Seattle uses three wide receivers, Golden Tate, Sidney Rice, and Doug Baldwin, who combined for 124 receptions and 1,802 yards. Tate (688 yards) and Rice (748) both have more receiving yards than any Redskins wide receiver. The Redskins use a quartet of wideouts (Pierre Garçon, Leonard Hankerson, Josh Morgan, and Santana Moss) that caught a total of 171 passes for 2,299 yards.
One of Trent Williams’ dogs involved in a fight with his neighbor’s dog received stitches on several deep cuts after the incident, according to a video shared by Williams on Twitter.
Redskins running back Derrius Guice posted a video of Williams' pitbull on Twitter. Williams quote- tweeted it on his account, echoing Guice’s statement with shouting emojis.
Warning: The video, which is linked here, is graphic and may be disturbing to some readers.
The fight, which occurred in Missouri City, Texas, resulted in the death of the neighbor’s dog, Sandy. Williams' neighbors told local TV station ABC 13 that the dogs at his house are a menace to the neighborhood. "We've been here three years, and I'll definitely tell you my family and I feel like prisoners in our own neighborhood," said neighbor Cecelia Hernandez.
Williams defended his pets, telling ABC 13 that Sandy sent the dog she attacked to the veterinarian’s office fighting for its life. The procedures cost about $5,000 in medical bills.
Local police and animal control are no longer investigating the incident. Neither Williams nor his neighbors were charged.
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When the Redskins host the Eagles on Sunday, both teams will be without multiple starters at the wide receiver position.
Redskins wide receiver Trey Quinn will miss his second straight contest with a concussion. The Redskins will roll out a trio of rookie wide receivers -- Terry McLaurin, Kelvin Harmon, and Steven Sims -- as the team placed veteran Paul Richardson on injured reserve this week.
Philadelphia will be without their top three wide receivers -- Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson, and Nelson Agholor -- in Week 15. Agholor will be inactive. Jeffery was placed on IR earlier this week, and Jackson has been on IR since early November. Jackson only appeared in three contests this season in his second stint in Philadelphia, but he torched the Redskins for 154 yards and two touchdowns in Week 1.
Ryan Kerrigan, who's been Washington's Ironman since entering the NFL in 2011, will miss the remainder of the season with a calf injury he suffered last week in Green Bay. The team placed him on injured reserve earlier this week, too.
Cornerback Quinton Dunbar has been Washington's best defender this season, but was forced to leave last week's contest early with a hamstring injury. He didn't practice all week and is inactive against Philadelphia.
Redskins guard Brandon Scherff will also miss Sunday's contest. He was questionable with an elbow and shoulder injury and only practiced on a limited basis this week.
Philadelphia will also be without their All-Pro right tackle Lane Johnson, who is out with an ankle injury.
Here are the full inactives.
Redskins vs. Eagles Week 15 Inactives
QB Colt McCoy
OG Brandon Scherff
WR Trey Quinn
TE Caleb Wilson
OL Ross Pierschbacher
CB Quinton Dunbar
LB Josh Harvey-Clemons
QB Nate Sudfeld
WR Nelson Agholor
RB Jordan Howard
OT Lane Johnson
DE Shareef Miller
OG Sua Opeta
DE Derek Barnett
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