Barring a 189-yard rushing outburst by the Jets or 280 rushing yards by the Colts on “Monday Night Football,” the Redskins will enter Thursday’s game against the Giants as the NFL’s top rushing team.

One week after Alfred Morris ran for 121 yards against the Dolphins, rookie Matt Jones went off for 123 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday’s win over the Rams. Redskins Coach Jay Gruden said he intends to get both backs plenty of touches going forward, but Morris said neither he nor Jones will be counting.

“We don’t care,” Morris said. “The only thing that matters around here is winning.”

Winning is fun, as are nicknames; just ask the Redskins’ defensive linemen, who wore custom Nationals jerseys with their nicknames on the back to Sunday’s game. The Morris-Jones duo deserves a nickname and we can do better than “Thunder and Lightning,” which was been used by the likes of the Giants’ Ron Dayne and Tiki Barber, the Jaguars’ Keenan McCardell and Jimmy Smith and the Eagles’ Charlie Garner and Ricky Watters.

Redskins left tackle Trent Williams referred to Morris and Jones as a “two-headed monster” after Sunday’s win, which is fine, but even more generic than Thunder and Lightning.

On Comcast SportsNet’s “Redskins Postgame Live,” Brian Mitchell suggested TNT, or T-n-T, short for Thump and Thud. CSN’s staff brainstormed several other nicknames, including The Ice Pack Backs and The House of Wreckresentatives. (No.)

The best suggestion I’ve seen thus far, by a good margin, is MoJo, which has gained some traction on Twitter. It’s perfect. Several Capitals fans pointed out that the MoJo nickname already belongs to Marcus Johansson, but there’s no reason the Washington winger can’t share. (No offense, Craig Laughlin.)

Here are a few other ideas that have popped up since the preseason, none of them as good as MoJo.

Got something better than MoJo? Let us know.