4th Quarter and key game stats
With Smith often missing his targets even when they were wide open, it was decided to put Wilson back in the game.
Smith, Washington’s quarterback, fumbled the ball which was recovered by Barton for a second time.
Wilson then ended up fumbling the ball himself which was recovered by Moreau.
Wagner put up back-to-back sacks with losses of six and seven yards respectively. Washington did manage to get a 38-yard field goal.
As Wilson saw lots of empty space, he ran the ball himself but ended up fumbling it which was recovered by Davis Sr.
Wagner got called for roughing the passer which got Washington first and goal. Washington ended up pouncing on the free yards as Gibson got a six-yard rush touchdown.
Wilson threw another interception caught by Davis Sr.
Near the end of the game, Gibson managed to get a 17-yard run.
Final score: Washington 61 Seahawks 10
Wilson: 6/22|76 pass yards|Six interceptions
Smith: 13/36|193 pass yards|One pass touchdown|One interception
Will Dissly: 10 receptions|119 yards
Lockett: Three receptions|84 yards|One touchdown
Wagner: 23 tackles (18 solo)|Three tackles for loss|Three fumble recoveries|Four sacks
Smith: 29/35|452 yards|Four touchdowns|One interception
Gibson: 22 rush attempts|91 rush yards|Three rush touchdowns
McLaurin: 11 receptions|242 yards|Three touchdowns
Thomas: Nine receptions|138 yards
Young: Six tackles (five solo)|Four sacks|One forced fumble
- 317 yards (79 rush yards)
- 18 first downs
- Nine turnovers
- 3rd down conversions: 5/18
- 4th down conversions: 1/2
- Red zone: 2/3
- Penalties: Nine penalties for 48 yards
- Possession: 26:36
- 535 yards (136 rush yards)
- 23 first downs
- Five turnovers
- 3rd down conversions: 6/13
- 4th down conversions: 0/1
- Red zone: 6/8
- Penalties: Two penalties for 28 yards
- Possession: 32:24