* The Redskins are now 45-29-3 all-time in home openers, including an 8-4 record at FedExField. The Redskins have now won six of their last seven home openers.
* The last time the Redskins wore white jerseys on white pants was Nov. 19, 2006 at Tampa Bay, a 20-17 loss, in Jason Campbell's first career start.
* The last time the Redskins wore the white on white combination at home was on Nov. 5, 2006 vs. Dallas, a 22-19 win.
* Washington tight end Chris Cooley has now caught a pass in 58 straight regular season games, dating back to week nine of 2004.
* Rookie wide receiver Malcolm Kelly played in his first career game on Sunday and made his first catch in the first quarter.
* Rookie tight end Fred Davis made his NFL debut on Sunday and caught his first pass in the fourth quarter.
* Sunday was the first career start for linebacker H.B. Blades and safety Chris Horton.
* Chris Horton's fumble recovery and interception in the first quarter were both firsts for his career.
- The last rookie with an interception and fumble recovery in his first career start was New England's Ellis Hobbs on Nov. 13, 2005.
- The last Redskins player with an interception and fumble recovery in the same game was London Fletcher on Sept. 23, 2007.
- The last Redskins rookie to have an interception and fumble recovery in the same game was Fred Smoot on Sept. 9, 2001.
* Jason Taylor's sack of Drew Brees in the second quarter was his first as a Redskin. It was the 118th of his career, which is 13th in NFL history and the most among active players. Additionally, Taylor started and played in his 132nd straight contest.
* Shaun Suisham's five field goal attempts in the first half tied a career high for a game, which he did previously on Nov. 4, 2007 at the New York Jets, in a 23-20 Redskins win in overtime.
* Santana Moss's 27-yard rush on Sunday was the second-longest of his career, trailing only a 33-yarder he had vs. Tennessee on Oct. 15, 2006.
* Moss's 67-yard touchdown from Jason Campbell marked the fifth straight contest, including playoffs, in which he has caught a touchdown. He is the first Redskin since Charlie Brown in the first five weeks of 1982 to record a touchdown reception in five straight games.
* With two touchdowns today, Redskins running back Clinton Portis now has 36 in his Washington career, moving him past Larry Brown for fourth on the team's all-time list.
* Jason Campbell's 321 yards in the air marked his third career 300-yard passing day and the second-highest total of his career, trailing only the 348 he had at Dallas at Nov. 18 of last year.
* Santana Moss's 164 receiving yards represent the second-highest total of his career, behind the 173 yards he registered in a game on Oct. 16, 2005 at Kansas City.