Kerrigan’s record-setting sack came in the fourth quarter and was the seventh of eight sacks on Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.
Ryan Kerrigan works through the pulling G off PA, and the RB, and sacks Wentz to become Washington's all time leader in sacks pic.twitter.com/dXlWSWJdFu— Mark Bullock (@MarkBullockNFL) September 13, 2020
Kerrigan also recovered a fumble in the fourth quarter.
Entering his final year under contract and uncertainty about his future, Kerrigan has vowed he wants to remain with Washington. His leadership could be impeccable to the development of Young and Sweat. Not to mention, he has shown his ability to contribute to Washington’s success.