Washington Redskins

NFC East | 0-0
  • Passing Yards
    255.9 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    97.9 RYPG
  • Yards Per Game
    353.8 YPG
  • Washington Post

    Buddy Ryan brought out the best from Joe Gibbs and the Redskins

    Joe Gibbs didn’t get mad often. The first time he faced Buddy Ryan in Philadelphia, Gibbs got mad. It was December 1986. Washington was headed for the playoffs that season, and the Eagles were headed home. And yet the Redskins went down 14-0 in the first half, totaling just 72 yards against the Eagles and their noisy first-year head coach. “The only time I ever saw Joe Gibbs lose his cool,” former Redskins quarterback Doug Williams said Tuesday morning. “I mean, we weren’t doing anything, and all the credit had to go to the defense of the Eagles. And at halftime, Coach Gibbs came in and kicked the Gatorade, the orange juice and everything off the table.” “I remember that game,” added Joe Jacoby,

  • The Cheat Sheet

    NFL: Preseason NFC East Predictions

    NFL Training camp always reminds us that it’s almost time for the official football season. Fans start to scan through their team’s schedules and prepare for the upcoming season. So, with OTAs now officially in the books and training camps coming up, it’s time to make some predictions concerning each division. We’ll kick things off with the always-interesting NFC East, which featured a division winner with a 9-7 record in the Washington Redskins last season. Let’s start with the NFC East predictions concerning where each team will land, and then evaluate each on a team-by-team basis. Dallas Cowboys Washington Redskins New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles Dallas Cowboys The team that finished last