Alfred Morris pounded out 122 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries to lead the Redskins to a thrilling 31-28 overtime victory against the Ravens in Week 14.
Even with a big run lost to a holding penalty, Morris was a big factor in the Redskins' NFL season high 191 first-quarter yards. His second-quarter lost fumble led to the Ravens' third touchdown and momentum shift that lasted deep into the fourth quarter. Morris managed just six yards on five carries in the final quarter and overtime. The rookie is on pace for 1,510 yards and nine touchdowns entering Week 15 at Cleveland.