Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III concluded the regular season by setting NFL rookie records for passer rating and for percentage of passes intercepted.
Griffin and Wilson, who will face off on Sunday, are the only rookies in league history to post passer ratings of 100 or better.
Griffin threw only five interceptions this season. Only 1.3 percent of his passes were picked off. He broke Charlie Batch’s rookie record of 1.98 percent.
Griffin owned the fourth highest completion percentage (65.6), behind Matt Ryan, Manning and Rodgers.