McKissic took seven carries for 15 yards and caught each of his five targets for 44 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 33-30 win over Atlanta.

Quiet for most of the game, McKissic made a late charge with Washington in comeback mode in the fourth quarter, a script similar to his Week 2 outing against the Giants. He again saved his best for last, taking a delayed screen pass for a diving, 30-yard touchdown to give Washington the lead (and convert a 3rd-and-7) with 33 seconds remaining in Sunday's game. McKissic did come up short of the goal line on a two-point conversion attempt on the next snap, but Washington held on for a win to improve to 2-2 ahead of a Week 5 matchup with New Orleans. For all his late-game heroics, McKissic hasn't seen much involvement in the Washington offense this season apart from two-minute drills and hurry-up mode. He's played between 36 and 46 percent of snaps each week, averaging only 3.8 carries and 3.5 targets even after a busy Week 4.

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