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- The Washington Redskins dropped a 40-16 loss to the New York Giants at FedExField on Sunday afternoon.
- Redskins recorded a pair of two-point conversions on back-to-back scoring drives. It is the first time the Redskins have scored a pair of two-point conversions in a single game. The last time Washington completed a two-point conversion was Dec. 26, 2015 against the Eagles.
PHOTOS: Week 14 - Redskins vs Giants, Game Action
Check out photos of the Washington Redskins during their regular season Week 14 game against the New York Giants at FedExField.
- Quarterback Josh Johnson made his Redskins debut and completed 11-of-16 pass attempts for 195 yards and one touchdown for a passer rating of 104.9. Johnson threw a 79-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. The score was a career long touchdown pass for Johnson and his first touchdown pass since throwing a 23-yard touchdown pass on Dec. 4, 2011 as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
- The game marks Johnson's first game played since Dec 22, 2013 when he was a member of the Cincinnati Bengals. In that game he recorded three rushing yards on four attempts.
- Johnson recorded 45 rushing yards on seven attempts (6.4 avg.) and one rushing touchdown. It is the first time a Redskins player has recorded a rushing touchdown and passed for a touchdown in the same game since Kirk Cousins finished with two rushing touchdowns and a touchdown pass against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 10 of the 2017 season.
- Wide Receiver Jamison Crowder finished with a game high 87 receiving yards (43.5 avg.) with two receptions and a career long touchdown catch for 79 yards.
- Tight End Vernon Davis finished with four receptions for 31 yards (7.8 avg.).
- Wide Receiver Josh Doctson hauled in four receptions for a single game career high 84 yards (21.0 avg.)
- Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix tied a team high seven tackles (five solo) and recorded one pass defensed.
- Linebacker Mason Foster finished with six tackles (four solo) and an interception. Foster posted his second interception of the season and it is his first time recording multiple interceptions in one season since 2013 when he finished with a career-season high of three interceptions as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
- Linebacker Shaun Dion Hamilton tied a team high seven tackles (five solo) and added one quarterback hit.
- Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan made his 125th consecutive regular season start. The streak is the longest active streak among active NFL linebackers. Kerrigan has not missed a start in his NFL career.
- Kerrigan finished with six tackles (four solo), two tackles for a loss and two quarterback hits and one sack for a 14-yard loss. With the sack, Kerrigan has now recorded at least 8.5 or more sacks for a seventh-consecutive season. He becomes the 13th player in NFL history to accomplish the feat since sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
- Kerrigan (80.5) is now two sacks shy of passing Charles Mann (82.0) for No. 2 on the all-time franchise list.
- Kerrigan remains as one of six NFL players (and only three non-quarterbacks) to have started every game since the start of the 2011 season (Brandon Carr, Patrick Peterson, Philip Rivers, Matt Ryan and Matthew Stafford).
- Cornerback Josh Norman collected one tackle for loss and two passes defensed. Norman has now recorded 18 games in his career in which he has registered at least two passes defensed. He also recorded two passes defensed in Week 9 against the Atlanta Falcons.
- Defensive lineman Daron Payne recorded a sack and now has 5.0 sacks on the season. With the sack, the Redskins have now recorded consecutive seasons with at least three or more players with five or more sacks since the 91-92 seasons.
- Punter Tress Way (36) recorded three punts inside the 20 yard line and set a new single season franchise record since the statistic began being tracked in 1976. Way was the 2018 league leader entering the day.
- Way (345) registered eight punts to take sole possession of third on the Redskins all-time list, passing Sammy Baugh (338) and Pat Richter (338).