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A list of stats and notes from the Washington Redskins’ 17-16 win over the Miami Dolphins, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Redskins Public Relations.
- Quarterback Case Keenum finished the game 13-for-25 and passed for 166 yards and two touchdowns.
- This was the 24th time in Keenum’s career that he has passed for multiple touchdowns in a single game.
- Running Back Adrian Peterson ran for a season-high 118 yards on 23 attempts.
- Peterson logged his 55th game of 100-plus rushing yards. He is ninth all-time and first among active running backs. Buffalo Bills RB Frank Gore is second with 45 such games.
- Peterson’s 25-yard run in the second quarter is the longest of the season. His two runs of 10-plus yards are also a season high.
- Peterson (2,888) had 23 carries on the day and passed Eddie George (2,865) and Thurman Thomas (2,877) for No. 15 and No. 14 on the NFL’s all-time list, respectively.
- Peterson gained 7.1 yards per carry in the first half. That mark was tied for his 12th-highest mark in a first half of his career (minimum 10 carries).
- Running Back Chris Thompson finished with two catches for eight yards along with three rushes for 12 yards. He now has 30 straight games with at least one reception.
- Wide Receiver Terry McLaurin finished with a game-high seven receptions for 100 yards and two touchdowns. He is the first player in franchise history to record four touchdowns in his first five games and the 11th rookie to record four or more in a single season.
- McLaurin is the fifth Redskins rookie to have multiple touchdowns in a game, joining Charlie Brown, Art Monk, Charlie Taylor and Tydus Winans.
- McLaurin is the second rookie in franchise history to have at least 100 yards receiving and two touchdowns in a game, joining Brown [12/26/1982].
- McLaurin is the only rookie receiver in the league to have at least three catches and 50 yards in every game played. He leads all rookie receivers in touchdowns [five].
- Tackle Donald Penn started in his 180th career game.
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- Defensive Lineman Jonathan Allen recorded three solo tackles, two sacks, two tackles for loss and one pass defensed [first of the season]. It was the third multi-sack game of his career.
- Defensive Lineman Matt Ioannidis recorded one sack, one tackle for loss and one solo tackle.
- Defensive Lineman Treyvon Hester recorded his first sack as a Redskin.
- Defensive Lineman Daron Payne finished the game with three tackles (two solo). The first tackle of the day was the 75th of his career, according to STATS LLC.
- Linebacker Shaun Dion Hamilton had his first career interception. He also added two solo tackles and one pass defensed.
- Linebacker Jon Bostic finished the game with eight tackles (four solo). His third tackle of the day was his 350th career tackles, according to STATS LLC.
- Cornerback Quinton Dunbar recorded an interception, setting a new career season-high [three]. He also added six tackles (five solo) and one pass defensed.
- Safety Landon Collins recorded a game-high 12 tackles (10 solo), including one tackle for loss, two passes defensed and one forced fumble. His forced fumble and two passes defensed are both his first of the season.
- Collins’ 12 tackles ties his season-high in a single-game.
- Collins’ sack in the first quarter was his first since 2016 and is the fifth of this career.
- Kicker Dustin Hopkins connected on his first field goal attempt [21 yards], giving him 30 consecutive makes from inside 39 yards.
- Punter Tress Way pinned two punts inside the 20-yard line on his seven attempts. Way entered the game tied for first the in the NFC with 12.