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National Football League —present. The Washington Redskins are a professional American football team based in the Washington metropolitan area.
The team began play in Boston as the "Braves" in , became the "Redskins" in , and relocated to Washington, D. With 24 postseason appearances, the Redskins have an overall postseason record of 23— All of the Redskins' league titles were attained during two year spans. The most notable period of general failure was from to , during which the Redskins posted only four winning seasons and did not have a single postseason appearance.
The Redskins relocated south from New England after five years to the national capital of Washington, D. Through , the Redskins shared baseball's Griffith Stadium with the first Washington Senators baseball team of the American League.
After calling the coin toss and shaking hands with the opposing team captain, lineman Turk Edwards attempted to pivot around to head back to his sideline. However, his cleats caught in the grass and his knee gave way, injuring him and bringing his season and hall of fame career to an unusual end. The third time in on December 13, where the Redskins won their second championship, 14—6.
The Redskins played in the NFL Championship one more time before a quarter-century drought that did not end until the season. With former Olympic gold medalist Dudley DeGroot as their new head coach, the Redskins went 8—2 during the season.
One of the most impressive performances came from Sammy Baugh, who had a completion percentage of. In the first quarter, the Redskins had the ball at their own 5-yard line. Dropping back into the end zone , quarterback Sammy Baugh threw to an open receiver, but the ball hit the goal post which at the time was on the goal line instead of at the back of the end zone and bounced back to the ground in the end zone.
Under the rules at the time, this was ruled as a safety and thus gave the Rams a 2—0 lead. It was that safety that proved to be the margin of victory. Owner Marshall was so mad at the outcome that he became a major force in passing the following major rule change after the season: A forward pass that strikes the goal posts is automatically ruled incomplete.
The team's early success endeared it to the fans of Washington, D. However, after , the Redskins began a slow decline that they did not end until a playoff appearance in the season. But this did not stop George Preston Marshall from trying to make the Redskins the most successful franchise in the league. His first major alteration happened on June 14, , when it was announced that American Oil Company planned to televise all Redskins games, making Washington the first NFL team to have an entire season of televised games.
In , the Redskins moved into their new stadium called D. Stadium changed to Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in The first game in new D.
Stadium occurred on October 1 in front of 37, fans. However, the Redskins failed to hold a fourteen-point lead and lost to the New York Giants 24— During his tenure, he helped draft future stars: One reason for the team's struggles was disarray in the front office. Marshall began a mental decline in , and the team's other stockholders found it difficult to make decisions without their boss. Marshall died on August 9, ,  and Edward Bennett Williams , a minority stockholder who was a Washington resident and one of America's most esteemed attorneys, was chosen to run the franchise while the majority stockholder, Jack Kent Cooke , lived on the West Coast in Los Angeles and ran his basketball team, the Los Angeles Lakers.
Graham coached the Redskins for three seasons, but whatever magic he had as an NFL player disappeared on the sidelines as the team recorded a mark of 17—22—3 during that time period. He resigned after the season in favor of Vince Lombardi, and became athletic director of the Coast Guard Academy before retiring at the end of In , the Redskins hired Vince Lombardi —who gained fame coaching with the Green Bay Packers —to be their new head coach.
During most of this unsuccessful period, Marshall continually refused to integrate the team, despite pressure from The Washington Post and the federal government. For the first time in history, the federal government had attempted to desegregate a professional sports team.
Stadium , as it was owned by the U. Department of the Interior and thus was federal government property. In , Washington became the final professional American football franchise to integrate.
Davis was traded to the Browns for running back Bobby Mitchell who became a wide receiver in Washington and first-round draft choice Leroy Jackson. Mitchell led the league with 11 touchdowns, and caught 72 passes and was selected to the Pro Bowl.
However, they lost in the Divisional Playoffs to the San Francisco 49ers , 24— The Redskins placekicker Curt Knight kicked an yard field goal in the second quarter to get the scoring underway, then Redskins quarterback Billy Kilmer connected with Redskins wide receiver Charley Taylor on a yard touchdown pass and Washington had a 10—3 lead at halftime.
In the fourth quarter, Kilmer again went to Taylor, this time for a yard touchdown. Knight added three more field goals that period and The Over-The-Hill-Gang defense allowed only a second-quarter field goal. The final score was Washington 26, Dallas 3. The Redskins again made the playoffs in , , and , only to lose all three times in the first round. They opened the season 6—2 and were 10—5 heading into the season finale at Texas Stadium , against whom a win would assure a playoff spot and a possible NFC East title.
Washington led 34—28 with time running out, but quarterback Roger Staubach then led the Cowboys in a fourth-quarter comeback with two touchdown passes. The 35—34 loss knocked the 10—6 Redskins out of playoff contention. Pardee's tenure did not last long though, for he was fired after posting a 6—10 record in After starting the season 0—5, the Redskins won eight out of their next 11 games and finished the season 8—8. Because of the shortened season, the NFL adopted a special team playoff tournament, in which eight teams from each conference were seeded 1—8 based on their regular season records.
After the strike was settled, the Redskins dominated, winning six out of the seven remaining games to make the playoffs for the first time since In January , during the second round of the playoffs against the Minnesota Vikings , John Riggins rushed for a Redskins playoff record yards, leading Washington to a 21—7 win.
The game is perhaps best known for a moment when the stadium physically shook as a crowd chanted "We Want Dallas! Kennedy Memorial Stadium , Redskins defensive end Dexter Manley knocked Cowboys' quarterback Danny White out for the rest of the game and sent him into the locker room shortly before halftime.
Later in the game, Redskins defensive tackle Darryl Grant 's interception which he returned for a yard touchdown off one of Cowboys' backup quarterback Gary Hogeboom 's passes which was tipped by Dexter Manley to score the decisive points.
John Riggins rushed for yards and two touchdowns on 36 carries and the Redskins went on to defeat the Cowboys' by a score of 31— This marked the first time since that the top two scorers in a season played on the same team. Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann would also be named the NFL's Most Valuable Player finishing the season with a career-high in both yards passing 3, yds.
In the postseason, the Redskins beat the Los Angeles Rams 51—7. The Redskins finished the season with an 11—5 record,  and won the NFC East for the third consecutive season. The compound fracture forced him to retire after a year career, during which he became the Redskins' all-time leader in pass attempts and completions.
In season , the road to the playoffs was even harder, with the Redskins making the postseason as a wild-card team despite having a regular season record of 12—4. This game was Gibbs 70th career, which made him the winningest head coach in Redskins history. The season began with a day players' strike , reducing the game season to The games for weeks 4—6 were won with all replacement players.
The Redskins have the distinction of being the only team with no players crossing the picket line. This game is more famous for the stellar performance by quarterback Doug Williams who passed for four touchdowns in the second quarter en route to becoming the first black quarterback to lead his team to a Super Bowl victory while also winning the games Super Bowl MVP award.
The Redskins finished with a 10—6 record but missed the playoffs. That season is best remembered for the Redskins prolific wide receiver trio nicknamed "The Posse" consisting of wide receivers Art Monk , Gary Clark , and Ricky Sanders who became the first trio of wide receivers in NFL history to post 1,plus yards in the same season.
The Redskins returned to the playoffs in as a wild card team, lost in the Divisional playoffs to the 49ers , 28— The season started with a franchise-record 11 straight victories.
The Redskins offense also dominated under the brilliant coaching of offensive minded head football coach Joe Gibbs scoring points which was the most by any team in the NFL season. The Redskins defense was also dominant under the coaching of defensive coordinator and guru Richie Petitbon , giving up only total points which was second best of any team in the NFL in , while also not allowing a single point to opponents in 3 of the 16 games played that season.
After posting a 14—2 record, the Redskins made and dominated the playoffs , beating the Falcons and Lions by a combined score of 64— After the Super Bowl, the Redskins set another franchise record by sending eight players to the Pro Bowl. The Redskins success in culminated in a trip to the playoffs as a wild card team, but they lost in the Divisional playoffs to the 49ers , 20— After the end of Gibbs' first tenure, the Redskins hired former Redskins player Richie Petitbon for the season.
However, his first and only year as head coach, the Redskins finished with a record of 4— Their sole bright spot that year came on October 9, , linebacker Monte Coleman played in his th career game with the Redskins, which broke Art Monk 's team record for games played Coleman retired at season's end with games played.
Curry signed a contract that paved the way for the immediate start of construction for the new home of the Redskins now FedExField. On December 22, , the Redskins played their final game at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium , a victory over the Dallas Cowboys 37—10, and finished their tenure at the stadium with a ——3 record, including 11—1 in the playoffs.
They would finish 8—7—1 and would miss the playoffs for a fifth season in a row. One bright spot during the season, however, occurred on December 13, , when Darrell Green played in his th career game as a Redskin, breaking Monte Coleman 's record for games played. The season started with a seven-game losing streak,  and the Redskins finished with a 6—10 record.
In Snyder's first season as owner, the Redskins went 10—6,  including a four-game winning streak early in the season,  and made it to the playoffs for the first time in Norv Turner 's career and the first time for the Redskins since in the final game of the season on January 2, against the Dolphins.
Running back Stephen Davis rushed for a then club-record 1, yards and quarterback Brad Johnson completed a then club-record passes and threw for more than 4, yards in regular play that season. The season started with the selection of future Pro Bowler Chris Samuels and the tumultuous LaVar Arrington in the NFL Draft and included five consecutive wins in the first half of the season.
On September 13, , the Redskins announced the establishment of the Redskins Relief Fund to help families of the victims of the attack at the Pentagon. Snyder later said in a interview on the firing of Schottenheimer, "I like Marty and still do to this day, we are good friends, he'd still be here if he didn't want to do it all.
He was insistent on doing it all, that was something that I don't think works, one guy can't do everything, he was a machine on that front.
He wouldn't drop the personnel side and give us a chance at more of a team energy. They finished with a 7—9 record, their first losing season since
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