The Washington Redskins (4-5) travel to Nashville this weekend, to take on the Tennessee Titans (5-4) on Sunday. Here is a look at the statistical leaders for both teams and the their offensive and defensive rankings.
Comparing Team Leaders:
The Titans are lead by QB Vince Young who has 1090 passing yards and a QB rating of 97.6, he has thrown 10 touchdowns and 3 interceptions compared to Redskins’ QB Donovan McNabb who has 2266 yards passing and a QB rating of 75.2, he has thrown 9 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.
The Titans leading rusher is RB Chris Johnson who is averaging 4.3 yards per carry with 838 yards on 195 carries and has 9 touchdowns compared to Redskins RB Ryan Torain who is averaging 4.3 yards per carry with 391 yards on 91 carries and 3 touchdowns.
Wide Receiver Kenny Britt is the Titans top pass catcher averaging 18.9 yards per catch with 23 receptions for 434 yards, and he has 7 receptions for touchdowns. WR Santana Moss is the leading receiver for the Redskins averaging 12.4 yards per catch with 51 receptions for 632 yards, and has 2 reception for a touchdowns.
The Titans defensive leader are Stephen Tulloch with 87 combined tackles, Jason Babin leads the team in sacks with 7 and Michael Griffin leads the Titans with 4 interceptions.
The Redskins defensive leaders are Laron Landry with 85 tackles. Brian Orakpo has a team high 7.5 sacks and Deangelo Hall leads the team with 6 interceptions.
Complete Tale of the Tapes:
Total Offense: Washington is ranked 21st with 331.0 yards per game and Tennessee ranks 27th with 304.9 ypg.
Rushing Offense: Washington is ranked 22nd with 95.8 yards per game and Tennessee ranks 9th with 124.3 ypg.
Passing Offense: Washington is ranked 14th with 235.2 yards per game and Tennessee ranks 31st with 180.6 ypg.
Total Defense: Washington is again ranked dead last in the NFL, giving up 415.3 yards per game and Tennessee ranks 20th allowing 350.8 ypg.
Rushing Defense: Washington is ranked 25th giving up 128.8 yards per game and Tennessee ranks 11th allowing 103.1 ypg.
Passing Defense: Washington is ranked 31st giving up 286.6 yards per game and Tennessee ranks 25th allowing 245.3 ypg.
Edit: This blog was archived in May of 2016 from our original articles database.It was originally posted by Bernie Marshall