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A list of stats and notes from the Washington Redskins’ 34-17 loss to the New York Jets, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Redskins Public Relations.
- Quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. threw for 214 yards on 19-of-35 passing with two touchdowns. Those were Haskins’ first two-career touchdown passes.
- Haskins Jr. is the eighth rookie quarterback in franchise history to complete at least 19 passes in a game [Jason Campbell, 2006; Kirk Cousins, 2012; Robert Griffin III, 2012; Patrick Ramsey, 2002; Mark Rypien, 1988; Jay Schroeder, 1985; Norm Sneed, 1961].
- Haskins Jr. is the 13th rookie quarterback to throw for 200-plus yards and two-plus touchdowns in a game [Last time: Robert Griffin III, 2012].
- Haskins Jr. completed passes to nine different players.
- Haskins Jr. converted a two-point conversion to Trey Quinn in the fourth quarter. It was the first two-point conversion that Washington has converted since they converted two two-point conversions against the Giants in Week 14 last season.
- Haskins Jr. is the first Redskins rookie quarterback to convert a two-point conversion in a game via the pass since Jason Campbell connected with tight end Chris Cooley on a two-point conversion against the Indianapolis Colts on Oct. 22, 2006.
- Running Back Adrian Peterson rushed for 25 yards on nine carries. Peterson [2,949] is now tied with Franco Harris for No. 11 all-time in carries.
- Running Back Derrius Guice rushed for 24 yards on six carries. He also recorded a 45-yard touchdown reception, the first score of his career.
- Guice is the fourth LSU alum to score for the Redskins [Dan Sandifer, Robert Royal, Keiland Williams].
- Guice's 45-yard touchdown reception is the sixth longest touchdown reception by a running back in franchise history. It is the fourth-longest touchdown reception by a running back in the NFL this season.
- Wide Receiver Terry McLaurin recorded three catches for 69 yards. He now has 566 receiving yards on the season, the 11th rookie to reach 500 receiving yards in franchise history.
- McLaurin now has six games of 50-plus receiving yards, tying him for fifth in franchise history [Charlie Brown, 1982; Rod Gardner, 2001].
- Wide Receiver Kelvin Harmon had career highs in both receptions [five] and yards .
- It was the first time that two Redskins rookie wide receivers registered 50-plus receiving yards [McLaurin 69; Harmon 53] in a single game since Nov. 15, 2010 when Anthony Armstrong  and Keiland Williams  accomplished the feat.
- Guard Ereck Flowers Sr. started his 65th career game.
- The Redskins recorded an interception and a forced fumble for the second time this season [Week 4, New York Giants].
- The Redskins now have nine interceptions on the season.
- The Redskins recorded two sacks and have seven multi-sack games this season.
- The Redskins have at least one sack in 10 of their last 12 games against the Jets.
- Defensive Tackle Daron Payne finished the game with five tackles (four solo) and now has 43 on the season.
- Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan finished with four solo tackles, 2.0 sacks and a forced fumble.
- Kerrigan  leads the league in forced fumbles since entering the league in 2011. He is now tied with Joey Porter for ninth all-time among linebackers in force fumbles [since 1993].
- Kerrigan has 17 multi-sack games since 2011, tied for fifth most in that time period. It was his first multi-sack game since Week 15 of last season.
- With his 2.0 sacks, Kerrigan now has either a sack or tackle for loss against all but two teams [Browns and Chargers].
- Kerrigan now has 88.5 career sacks and is only three sacks shy of passing Dexter Manley (91.0) for the franchise’s all-time record.
- Linebacker Jon Bostic intercepted Sam Darnold in the second quarter, marking the second interception of his career.
- Bostic also finished with a team-high seven tackles (four solo) and one pass defensed.
- Bostic's 25-yard return is the second longest return of the season.
- Bostic also added seven tackles, upping his season total to 72.
- Linebacker Cole Holcomb had six tackles (four solo). He is now one of seven rookies to post 60-plus tackles in their first season [Champ Bailey, 1999; Sean Taylor, 2004; LaRon Landry, 2007; Chris Horton, 2008; Ryan Kerrigan, 2011; Breshad Breeland, 2015].
- Linebacker Ryan Anderson forced a fumble in the second quarter, the first of his career.
- Safety Montae Nicholson returned from injury and finished with five tackles (three solo). He now has 102 in 30 career games.
- Kicker Dustin Hopkins connected on his first field goal attempt of the day from 44-yards out. Hopkins is now 4-for-5 from 40-49 this season.
- Hopkins registered his 225th career touchback on the opening kick off.
- Punter Tress Way punted six times for an average of 52.8 yards. He pinned two punts inside the 20-yard line and has 151 in his career.
- Wide Receiver Steven Sims Jr. returned six kickoffs for 143 yards [23.8 per].
- Sims Jr. now has 542 kick return yards this season. He is the first rookie to have over 500 kick return yards since Brandon Banks [1,155, 2010].