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A list of stats and notes from the Washington Redskins’ 19-16 win over Detroit Lions, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Redskins Public Relations.
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- The Washington Redskins defeated the Detroit Lions, 19-16 at FedexField this afternoon.
- The Redskins captains were QB Case Keenum, G Brandon Scherff, DT Jonathan Allen, LB Ryan Kerrigan, S Landon Collins and S Deshazor Everett.
- The Redskins recorded their first win since Week 6.
- The Redskins registered their first home win since Week 7 of the 2018 season.
- The Redskins recorded their first win over an NFC opponent this season and their first victory over an NFC opponent outright since defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 16-3 in Week 10 of the 2018 season.
- The Redskins snapped a four game losing streak against Detroit and picked up their first win over the Lions since 2008. It was their first home win against Detroit since Week 5 of the 2007 season.
- The Redskins improved their all-time series record against Detroit to 31-14.
- The Redskins improved their regular season home record against Detroit to 19-3.
The Redskins are now 1-2 against the NFC North this season. They will close out their slate against the NFC North when they play at Green Bay in Week 14.
- Quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. finished with 156 passing yards on 13-for-29 passing. He also added 28 yards on the ground on his three carries.
- Haskins Jr. had an 18-yard run in the first quarter, the longest run by a Redskins quarterback since Alex Smith's 22-yard run in Week 9 of the 2018 season against Atlanta.
- Running Back Adrian Peterson had 27 rushing yards on 10 carries and added one reception for 22 yards.
- Peterson [2,959] is now No. 11 in carries on the all-time rushing list, passing Franco Harris [2,949].
- Peterson's 22-yard reception tied his season high.
- Peterson has now amassed 1,517 career rushing yards against the Detroit Lions. He joins Walter Payton and Joe Perry as the only players in NFL history to record 1,500-plus career rushing yards against Detroit.
- Running Back Derrius Guice ran for 32 yards on 10 carries.
- Wide Receiver Terry McLaurin finished with 72 yards on five catches [14.4 yards per].
- McLaurin currently has 639 receiving yards, seventh most in franchise history for a rookie.
- McLaurin hauled in at least four passes for the seventh time, becoming the fifth rookie to do so in franchise history. He joins Charley Taylor , Art Monk , Jordan Reed  and Jamison Crowder  as the only Redskins rookies to accomplish that feat.
- McLaurin posted his seventh game of 50-plus yards, joining Charley Taylor , Art Monk , Gary Clark  and Anthony Armstrong  as the only rookies to achieve that feat.
- Wide Receiver Kelvin Harmon posted 43 receiving yards on three receptions.
- Tackle Donald Penn started his 185th career game.
- The Redskins forced four turnovers in the game. It was the most turnovers they caused in a single game since Week 4 against the New York Giants [two interceptions and two forced fumbles].
- The Redskins three interceptions was the most in a single game since notching five interceptions against the Chicago Bears in Week 16 of the 2016 season.
- The Redskins finished with 6.0 sacks, continuing their streak of games with at least two sacks [Seven games]. It is their longest streak since Week 2-Week 9 of 2017.
- The Redskins now have 29.0 sacks on the season and 24.0 since Week 5.
- The Redskins six sacks is a season high and their most in a single game since Week 15 of 2018.
- The Redskins picked off the Lions twice, their third multi-interception game of the season.
- The Redskins recorded an interception and forced a fumble in back-to-back games for the first time this season.
- The Redskins now have 12 interceptions on the season and entered the game tied for seventh in the NFL.
- The Redskins recorded their first non-offensive touchdown of the season on a kick return.
- The Redskins defensed three passes in back-to-back games for the first time since Week 6-Week 7.
- The Redskins led at the end of the first quarter for the fourth time this season [Philadelphia, New England, Miami].
- The Redskins five passes defensed is their second-most this season [six in Week 6].
- Defensive Tackle Jonathan Allen finished with five tackles [three solo] and 0.5 sacks. He now has 70 tackles on the season.
- Defensive Tackle Matt Ioannidis had two tackles [one solo], one sack and one tackle for loss.
- Ioannidis' seven tackles for loss set a new single season high for the four-year tackle out of Temple.
- Ioannidis has 5.5 sacks on the season, the second most in his career [2017, 7.5].
- Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan finished with four tackles [two solo], 0.5 sacks and three tackles for loss.
- Kerrigan ups his career sack total to 89.0. He is now two sacks away from tying Dexter Manley [91.0] for the franchise record.
- Linebacker Cole Holcomb finished with 13 tackles [seven solo], one sack and one tackle for loss. It is the first sack of his career.
- Holcomb's 13 tackles are the third most in single game franchise history by a rookie. He is the third rookie to have 13-plus tackles [LaRon Landry, 15; DeJon Gomes, 14].
- Holcomb is only the third rookie in franchise history to have two 10-plus tackle games [LaRon Landry, 2007; Chris Horton 2008].
- Holcomb is the eighth rookie in Redskins history to have at least 70 tackles in their first season [Last time: Chris Horton, 2008].
- Linebacker Montez Sweat forced the first fumble of his career.
- Linebacker Ryan Anderson had six solo tackles and one sack, his first of the season.
- Linebacker Shaun Dion Hamilton finished the contest with six tackles [three solo] and added one sack.
- The six total tackles are tied for the third most in a single game in Hamilton’s career.
- The sack moves Hamilton’s career total to 2.5 and it was his first sack since Week 17 of the 2018 season against the Philadelphia Eagles.
- Cornerback Quinton Dunbar recorded four tackles [three solo] and one interception.
- Dunbar has now nine career interceptions. His four picks this year is a single season career high. Dunbar is now tied for third in the NFL with Janoris Jenkins, Marcus Peters and Marcus Williams this season in interceptions.
- Cornerback Fabian Moreau intercepted the second and third passes of his career, respectively.
- It was Moreau's first multi-interception game. He is the second Redskin this year to have two interceptions in a single game. [Dunbar vs Giants in Week 4].
- Cornerback Jimmy Moreland posted six tackles [five solo] and one pass defensed. His six tackles tie the second most that he has registered in a single game this season.
- Safety Landon Collins had 10 tackles (eight solo) and a pair of tackles for loss.
- Collins entered the game with five tackles for loss, tied for second most among all defensive backs.
- Safety Montae Nicholson finished the game with four tackles (two solo) and recovered a fumble.
- It was the second time this season that Nicholson recovered a fumble [Week 4 at NYG]. He did not have a fumble recovery in 2017 or 2018.
- Kicker Dustin Hopkins knocked in all four attempts, including a 39-yard game winner with 32 seconds left.
- Punter Tress Way had five punts [52.0 yards per] with one punt pinned inside the 20-yard line.
- Wide Receiver Steven Sims Jr. had 124 kick off return yards, including a 91-yard touchdown. Sims Jr. entered the game with the third most kick return yards.
- Sims Jr. is the first Redskin to return a kickoff return since Andre Roberts in 2015. He is the sixth rookie to return a kickoff for a touchdown [Last time: Brandon Banks, 2010].
- Sims Jr.’s 91-yard return is the tied for the 10th longest kickoff return in franchise history and the second longest by a rookie [Brandon Banks, 96, 10/31/10].
- Sims Jr. is the first player in franchise history to post two games with 120-plus kickoff return yards in a single season since Brandon Banks accomplished the feat in 2011.