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Here are the pertinent numbers and statistics from the Washington Redskins 34-19 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday: 304 - Total yards for the Redskins, to the Jets 266 yards. Washington led in many of the offensive statistics, but got clobbered on the one that counts - the score. The Redskins ran 71 offensive plays, and the Jets ran 62; they both averaged 221 - Yards passing for Rex Grossman, on an extremely unimpressive 19 for 46 day. He threw his obligatory interception to stretch his...
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