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  • Commanders' Quan Martin: Sets career-high tackle total

    Martin recorded seven tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 45-15 loss versus the Dolphins.

    In his second game playing more than 20 defensive snaps (29), Martin also collected more than four total tackles for the first time in Week 13. As the Commanders fall further away from playoff contention, it would make sense for them to continue to give more playing time to their second-round rookie after their bye in Week 14.

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  • Commanders' Jamin Davis: Has another good showing Sunday

    Davis recorded eight tackles (five solo) and a pass defensed in Sunday's 45-15 loss versus the Dolphins.

    Davis managed to tally seven-plus total tackles for the sixth time in his last eight games in Week 13. He's on pace for a career season in that category, making him a viable IDP option for Week 15 after the Commanders' bye in Week 14.

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  • Commanders' Cody Barton: Leading tackler vs. Dolphins

    Barton recorded 11 tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 45-15 loss versus the Dolphins.

    Barton posted double-digit tackles for the fourth time this season in Week 13, putting himself back on pace for his second straight year with 100-plus tackles. The Commanders have a bye in Week 14 before they travel to take on the Rams in Week 15.

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  • Commanders' Byron Pringle: Empty stat line

    Pringle was unable to find his way on the stat sheet in the Commanders' 45-15 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday.

    Pringle played a season-high 28 percent of the team's snaps on offense, but he was never targeted on any of Sam Howell's 23 passing attempts. The veteran wideout remains stuck on 13 receptions on 18 targets for 156 yards and no touchdowns on the 2023 campaign, with his next opportunities coming in Week 14 against the Rams.

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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Held catchless

    Thomas finished without a catch on one target in a 45-15 loss to Miami on Sunday.

    Thomas enters a Week 14 bye having just posted two of his three worst fantasy performances of the season in back-to-back weeks. It hasn't cost him snaps and routes, but there is some chance the Commanders give Cole Turner some of those reps now that a playoff appearance is out of the question and plans for 2024 become a consideration. That said, Thomas still is the clear favorite to lead the team's TEs in snaps, routes and targets when the Commanders return from their bye for a Week 15 road game at the Rams.

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  • Commanders' Chris Rodriguez: Helps fill in for injured Robinson

    Rodriguez took seven carries for 29 yards in a 45-15 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday.

    Rodriguez played a career-high 22 percent of Washington's snaps on offense, getting some extra work due to Brian Robinson missing the second half with a hamstring injury. It still didn't amount to much until garbage time -- he got four of his carries on Washington's final four snaps -- but there will be an opportunity for role expansion ahead if Robinson isn't ready after a Week 14 bye. The Commanders have a road game against the Rams in Week 15, and they might give Rodriguez more of a look down the stretch even if Robinson ends up being fine to play post-bye.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 99.9
Def. 113.8

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