The Redskins are at it again.
Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins and rookie running back Matt Jones are up for weekly awards after their performances against the New Orleans Saints in a 47-14 victory on Sunday at FedExField.
On 25 pass attempts, Cousins completed 20 of them for 324 yards and four touchdowns to zero interceptions.
For his work, Cousins finished the day with a perfect 158.3 quarterback rating, becoming the first Redskins quarterback to do so with at least 20 attempts dating back to 1950.
Cousins started the game by connecting on his first 10 pass attempts for 127 yards.
His 295 first-half passing yards were the most by a Redskins quarterback in the opening two quarters of a game in records available dating back to 1991.
Jones tallied 187 total yards with 78 of them coming on a screen pass for touchdown in the second quarter.
His 131 receiving yards were the most by a Redskins running back since Dec. 16, 1962 (Dick James, 140 yards).
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