Record-Breaking Playmakers Give Washington Redskins a Playoff-Ready Offense

December 27, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Washington Redskins, 2015 NFC East division champions, are ready for the playoffs. This team boasts a potent offense capable of thriving in postseason football.
Success on that side of the ball is being inspired by record-setting playmakers. Quarterback Kirk Cousins and tight end Jordan Reed are dominating defenses.
Their dominance keyed the 38-24 road win over the Philadelphia Eagles that wrapped up the division. The pair spent all night at Lincoln Financial Field sending Redskins franchise records tumbling.
For Cousins that meant completing 31 of 46 passes for 365 yards and a quartet of touchdowns. The yard mark yielded Cousins' primary record, according to NFLonESPN Twitter:
He also established a team first for the Burgundy and Gold in the modern era, as noted by B/R Insights:
During the course of the game, No. 8 also tied a mark set by a franchise legend nearly seven decades ago, per Mike Jones of the Washington Post:
Cousins' increasing pench...

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