Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon tied for the team lead in receptions in Sunday's 24-10 victory over the Rams, grabbing six of his seven targets for 23 yards and a touchdown.
The seven passes thrown Garcon's way also paced the Redskins offense in that category, although with a game plan that emphasized a short and quick passing game against the Rams' ferocious pass rush, all were within very close proximity of the line of scrimmage. Garcon now has six receptions in each of the first two weeks and along with the injury-prone Jordan Reed, is clearly one of the two primary options in the Redskins passing game while DeSean Jackson is sidelined. Garcon's four-yard touchdown was his first of the season and already puts him within two of matching last year's total.
By: Rotowire Staff | CBSsports.com | Sep 20, 2015