Here are the numbers and statistics from the Washington Redskins 34-13 drubbing of the Oakland Raiders on Sunday:
222 – Yards passing for Jason Campbell, on a 16 for 28 day. It wasn’t a Pro Bowl performance, but he was solid. He also had 20 yards rushing on 4 carries.
108 – Yards in penalties for the Raiders, including back-to-back unsportsmanlike conducts totaling 30 yards at one point. Ouch.
65 – Yards rushing for the Raiders. Considering the Redskins were without Albert Haynesworth and then Cornelius Griffin when he got injured early in the game, great efforts were put in by the DTs who filled in – Anthony Montgomery, Phillip Daniels and Kedric Golston.
46 – Yard field goal for Graham Gano in his first game in the burgundy and gold. He also had a 41-yarder.
34 – Points scored by the Washington Redskins – their highest offensive total this season. It was also the second consecutive game that they had scored more than 30 points; that hasn’t happened since the 2006 season.
32 – Yards rushing for Marcus Mason on just 6 carries.
9 – Solo tackles for London Fletcher. All he does is tackle everything… oh, and get left off the Pro Bowl team every year.
8 – Sacks for the Redskins defense – 6 in the 2nd half alone.
4 – More sacks for Brian Orakpo – yes 4! That gives him 11 on the season to lead all NFL rookies. What a stud.
2 – More sacks for Andre Carter too – he also has 11 on the season. He added 7 tackles as well and played another great game.
2 – Touchdown catches for Fred Davis, who continues to take advantage of Chris Cooley being on IR. Davis had 50 yards on 3 catches.
2 – Touchdowns on the ground for Quinton Ganther in his first start at running back for the Skins. He had 50 yards on 14 carries, to go along with 43 yards on 3 receptions.
1 – More fumble for Antwaan Randle El on a punt return. Seriously, how is he still back there?
1 – Carry for Rock Cartwright. How is that not a slap in the face to the guy? Congrats to Ganther and everything, but tough not to feel sympathy for Rock.
1 – Interception, 1 forced fumble and 5 tackles for Laron Landry in a solid performance.
0 – Complaints after any win this year – let alone a convincing one – even against the Raiders.
Up next is the Monday nighter against the Giants.
Edit: This blog was archived in May of 2016 from our original articles database.It was originally posted by Mark Solway