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NFC East Standings

Team Div Overall
2-0-0 7-4-0
0-2-0 5-7-0
1-0-0 4-6-0
1-2-0 4-7-0

2021 Rushing

Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Longest Rush
Fumbles Lost
Regular Season 31 104 3.4 0 13 0

Top Jaret Patterson News

  • Football Team's Jaret Patterson: Quiet in limited role

    Patterson carried the ball seven times for 23 yards in Sunday's 27-21 win over the Panthers.

    Patterson was on the field for 13 of Washington's 67 offensive snaps, operating as the No. 3 running back behind both Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic. While Gibson and McKissic are healthy, the rookie will likely continue to see minimal work moving forward.

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  • Football Team's Jaret Patterson: Gets four more carries

    Patterson took four carries for seven yards in a 29-19 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday.

    The undrafted rookie played five snaps (seven percent) and took one carry in each of the game's four quarters. It was a smaller workload than what Patterson got directly before Washington's Week 9 bye, but that was in a 17-10 loss to Denver during which Antonio Gibson's shin injury flared up. While it could still be an issue again, Gibson managed 24 carries for 64 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's upset win, with no report of a setback along the way. That likely limits Patterson to a handful of touches, or perhaps even less, in Week 11 against the Panthers.

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  • Football Team's Jaret Patterson: Leads team in rushing Sunday

    Patterson carried the ball 11 times for 46 yards and failed to catch his only target in Sunday's 17-10 loss to the Broncos.

    His numbers were modest, but the rookie led Washington in rushing yards and saw exactly as many touches as both Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic. Patterson's role figures to shrink again coming out of a Week 9 bye if Gibson, who has been playing through a shin injury, is back to 100 percent.

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  • Football Team's Jaret Patterson: Takes two touches

    Patterson took one carry for five yards and caught his lone target for a loss of two yards in Sunday's 31-13 loss to the Chiefs.

    Patterson got three touches Week 4 and four more Week 5, but it was J.D. McKissic who picked up the slack Sunday with Antonio Gibson bothered by his shin at times. McKissic finished with eight carries for 45 yards and a team-high eight catches for 65 yards, while Gibson managed 10 carries for 44 yards and two catches for no gain. Patterson was a distant third in usage, per usual, but he could split work with McKissic in Week 7 at Green Bay if Gibson is absent or limited.

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  • Football Team's Jaret Patterson: Strictly playing special teams

    Patterson played 12 snaps on special teams in Thursday's 30-29 win over the Giants.

    The undrafted rookie out of Buffalo has four snaps on offense and 20 on special teams through the first two games of his pro career, operating as the No. 3 back in Washington behind Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic. Any hope for a large role this season likely involves an injury to one of those two, but it is possible Washington could give Patterson a few more carries throughout the year if he continues to impress in practice. For the time being, he'll focus on special teams, continuing Week 3 at Buffalo.

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  • Football Team's Jaret Patterson: Makes team

    Patterson appears to have a spot on Washington's initial 53-man roster, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.

    The undrafted rookie out of Buffalo is one of three running backs left on the roster after Peyton Barber was released Tuesday morning, though it is possible Washington re-signs Barber after cutdown day (and thus avoids guaranteeing his salary). Even if Barber is brought back, the willingness to risk losing him suggests Washington is comfortable with Patterson in the No. 3 role. The rookie likely won't match Barber's contributions as a blocker or coverage man on special teams, but Patterson could get some touches on kick returns and would also offer a more explosive element if Washington ever needed to replace an injured Antonio Gibson or J.D. McKissic.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-9, 195 lbs
Birthplace: Glenn Dale, MD
Age: 21
School: Buffalo