TE Chris Cooley had no catches for the first time since Week 5 at Carolina in 2009, and he has a batted pass to thank for that. He was open in the right flat on a keeper with acres of room to run, but LB Clark Haggans knocked the ball down.
Speaking of Chris Cooley, let’s break down the tight ends participation. The Redskins ran 79 plays, including the kneel downs but excluding the 2-point conversion. By my unofficial count:
Fred Davis played 56 snaps. He was alone on 42.
Cooley played 37 snaps. He was alone on 23.
Davis and Cooley, just the two of them, played together on 13 snaps.