The Redskins won 30-17 over the Colts in their first preseason game at home. Here are a few key stats for you to digest:
-Robert Griffin completed 11-of-17 passes (64.7 percent) for 74 yards and a touchdown, finishing with a quarterback rating of 93.8. Through three preseason games,
-Griffin led the offense on touchdown drives of 66 and 80 yards on the team’s only two drives of the second quarter and recorded five first downs on each drive.
- The Redskins stopped the Colts’ second drive by sacking Luck twice.
-Alfred Morris had 107 yards on 14 carries, including a TD
-Tim Hightower had 28 yards on 5 carries
- Rex Grossman was 8-8 for 127 yards and 2 TD's
-Dezmon Briscoe caught 2 balls (on his only two targets) for 49 yards and a score
-Fred Davis and Chris Cooley caught their first passes of the preseason.
-Niles Paul returned the opening kickoff 42 yards.
-Santana Moss had two PR's for 24 yards
What were some of your thoughts and analysis from the game?