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With the 2012 regular season in the books, RGIII and Alfred Morris led an offense that saw many records broken.
A sampling of NFL records the Redskins set and milestones reached in 2012 provided via NFL Communications. Included are stats for team and individual player.
- Won the NFC East for the first time since 1999.
- Became the fifth team in NFL history to qualify for the playoffs after a 3-6 start.
- MIKE SHANAHAN (175) surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famers BUD GRANT (168), PAUL BROWN (170) and JOE GIBBS (171) and MIKE HOLMGREN (174) for 11th place all-time in career victories.
- Rookie QB ROBERT GRIFFIN III passed for 3,200 yards with 20 touchdowns versus five interceptions for a 102.4 rating and rushed for 815 yards with seven touchdowns. Griffin is Washington's first quarterback to reach 3,000 passing yards and 15 passing TDs while surrendering fewer than 10 interceptions.
- Rookie RB ALFRED MORRIS finished second in the NFL with a team-record 1,613 rushing yards.
- Morris (13) recorded more rushing touchdowns than any Redskins rookie. His 13 rushing TDs led the NFC and were the second-most in the NFL.
- Griffin and Morris are the first rookie teammates with 3,000+ yards passing and 1,500+ rushing yards. The pair is also the first QB-RB combo to rush for at least 500 yards each in their rookie season.
- Redskins became the 5th team in NFL history to qualify for playoffs after 3-6 start.
|London Fletcher||He and RONDE BARBER have the longest current streaks of consecutive games played (240).|
|Robert Griffin III||
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