WHAT TO LOOK FOR THIS WEEK
• The Redskins producing zero turnovers in a game for the sixth time this season, setting a new team record. The team’s five games without a turnover in 2012 are tied for the most in team history (five in 1999 and 2008).
• The Redskins rushing for 200 yards for the fourth time this season, which would tie the team’s most since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger (four in 1985).
• The Redskins rushing for 150 yards for the 11th time (an NFL high).
• The Redskins rushing for 22 yards to move past the 1979 team (2,328) into third in team history in rushing yards in a season, behind the 1983 (2,625) and 1985 (2,523) teams.
• The Redskins adding to their 16 rushing touchdowns this sea- son, the team’s most since accumulating 23 rushing touchdowns during the 1999 season.
• The Redskins scoring 30 points or more in a game for the eighth time in a season for the first time since 1991 (eight games).
• The Redskins gaining 400 yards or more in a game for the sev- enth time in a season for only the third time since 1970 and the first time since 1989 (seven).
• The Redskins securing multiple interceptions in a game for the seventh time this season, their most multi-interception games in a season since 1999 (seven).
• The Redskins returning an interception for a touchdown for the fourth time this season. The last time the Redskins had four interception return touchdowns in a season was 1984.
• The Redskins scoring a fifth defensive touchdown in a season for the first time since 1994.
• Linebacker London Fletcher playing in his 239th consecutive game, tied for the longest active streak in the NFL.
• Fletcher registering an interception to move him into sole possession of second-most interceptions by an active linebacker. He is currently tied with Chicago’s Brian Urlacher with 22.
• Fletcher securing his 12th interception as a Redskin, tying him for fifth-most by a linebacker in team history with Sam Huff and Wilber Marshall.
• Fletcher setting a single-season career high with his fifth interception of the season.
• Kicker Kai Forbath converting his next two field goal attempts to break Garrett Hartley for the NFL record for consecutive field goals made to start an NFL career (16).
• Wide receivers Pierre Garçon (two yards) and Joshua Morgan (11 yards) gaining the necessary receiving yards needed to reach 500 yards on the season and give Washington four 500-yard receivers in one year for the first time since 2000 (five).
• Quarterback Robert Griffin III passing for four touchdowns to join Sonny Jurgensen (1964, 67) as the only quarterbacks in team his- tory since 1960 with at least four passing touchdowns in three different games in a single season.
• Griffin III adding to his team records for completions (233), passing yards (2,906) and passing touchdowns by a rookie (18).
• Griffin III improving upon franchise records for rushing yards (748) and rushing touchdowns (six) by a quarterback.
• Griffin III adding to his NFL record for rushing yards by a rookie quarterback (748).
• Griffin III attempting 25 passes to break Norm Snead’s team re- cord for pass attempts in a rookie season (375 in 1961).
• Griffin III passing for 94 yards to post the 20th 3,000-yard pass- ing season in Redskins history.
• Cornerback DeAngelo Hall registering an interception to reach 40 for his career, making him the sixth active player to reach the 40-interception milestone.
• Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan posting one sack to match and 1.5 sacks to surpass his single-season career high from a season ago (7.5).
• Runningback Alfred Morris improving upon his team rookie records in rushing yards (1,322 yards), rushing attempts (280) and rush- ing touchdowns (nine).
• Morris scoring one touchdown to match or two touchdowns to break Pro Football Hall of Famer Charley Taylor’s team rookie record for total touchdowns (10 in 1964).
• Morris notching his seventh 100-yard rushing performance. The Redskins’ last 12 100-yard rushing performances have all been by rookies (three by Roy Helu, Jr. and two by Evan Royster in 2011; six by Morris and one by Griffin III in 2012).
• Morris rushing for 195 yards to set the team record for rushing yards in a season (Clinton Portis — 1,516 in 2005).
• Morris gaining 78 rushing yards to post the fifth 1,400-yard rushing season in Redskins history.
• Morris rushing for 100 yards to become the first Redskin with seven 100-yard rushing games in a season since Clinton Portis in 2005. He is already the first Redskins rookie with six 100-yard rushing games since the merger.
• Morris carrying 20 times to become the first Redskin with 300 rushing attempts in a season since Clinton Portis in 2007 (325).
• Wide receiver Santana Moss catching his 45th touchdown pas sas a member of the Redskins, making him the seventh player all-time to reach that milestone with Washington.
• Moss catching two touchdowns to give him nine receiving touchdowns on the year, matching his best single season total as a member of the Redskins (2005).
A WIN WOULD
... clinch a playoff berth if combined with losses by the Bears, Giants and Vikings.
... represent the Redskins’ sixth consecutive win and give the team its first six-game winning streak since the final five weeks and the NFC Wild Card Round of the 2007 season. The six-game winning streak would be the Redskins’ first six-game regular season winning streak since winning seven in a row in Weeks 2-9 of the 1996 season.
... be the Redskins’ ninth win, the team’s highest total since 2007.
... result in the Redskins’ 23rd nine-win season in team history.
... make the Redskins 9-6 this season and push them at least three games above .500 after 15 games for the first time since being 10-6 after the final week of the 2005 season.
... be Washington’s fifth road win of the season, the most by the team since winning seven road games in 1991.
... improve the Redskins to 4-1 against NFC East opponents, the team’s most wins against divisional opponents since winning five games against the NFC East in 2005.
... represent the Redskins’ first sweep of the Eagles since 2008.
... give Head Coach Mike Shanahan his 174th overall victory as an NFL head coach, tying Mike Holmgren for 11th all-time in NFL history.
Ranks first in the NFL in rushing yards per game (164.8) Ranks first in the NFL in yards per play (6.2)
Ranks first in the NFL in yards per first-down plays (6.44)
Ranks first in the NFL in yards per pass attempt (8.42)
Ranks tied for first in the NFL in fourth-down conver-
Ranks first in the NFC and tied for first in the NFL in least
Ranks tied for first in the NFL in least interceptions thrown (7)
Ranks first in the NFC and second in the NFL in rushing first downs
Ranks first in the NFC and second in the NFL in fourth down efficiency
Ranks first in the NFC and third in the NFL in rushing touchdowns (17) second in the NFL in 10+ yards gain rushing (72)
Ranks second in the NFL in 10+ yards gains rushing efficiency (16.0%) second in the NFC and third in the NFL in lowest interception
Ranks second in the NFC and third in the NFL in yards on first-down
Ranks second in the NFL in passer rating (103.6)
Ranks second in the NFC and third in the NFL in touchdown/intercep-
tion rate (3.14)
Ranks third in the NFL in yards per rush attempt (5.1)
Ranks tied for second in the NFC and tied for fourth in the NFL in turn
over differential (+13)
Ranks second in the NFC and fourth in the NFL in rushing attempts
per game (32.1)
Ranks second in the NFC and tied for fourth in the NFL in total touchdowns (45)
Ranks second in the NFC and fifth in the NFL in points per game (27.2)
Ranks second in the NFC and fifth in the NFL in return touchdowns (6)
Ranks second in the NFC and seventh in the NFL in yards after catch average (5.4)
Ranks third in the NFC and fourth in the NFL in first downs rushing
Ranks third in the NFC and fourth in the NFL in yards per reception
Ranks third in the NFC and fourth in the NFL in yards per game (389.8)
Ranks tied for third in the NFC and tied for seventh in the NFL in first
downs per game (21.4)
Ranks fourth in the NFC and fifth in the NFL in first downs passing
Ranks fourth in the NFC and sixth in the NFL in touchdown percentage
Ranks fifth in the NFC and sixth in the NFL in completion percentage
Ranks sixth in the NFC and tied for ninth in the NFL in time of posses-
Ranks tied for first in the NFL in least return touchdowns allowed (1)
Ranks first in the NFC and second in the NFL in least rushing attempts allowed (319)
Ranks tied for third in the NFC and tied for fourth in the NFL in passes defensed (79)
Ranks third in the NFC and sixth in the NFL in rushing yards allowed per game (95.9)
Ranks fourth in the NFL in tackles for loss (50)