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The Washington Redskins are a National Football League (NFL) team that plays games at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. The stadium was officially opened in 1997, but has since had multiple renovations and expansions and currently seats 79,000 screaming... ... read more

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Washington Redskins

The Washington Redskins are a National Football League (NFL) team that plays games at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. The stadium was officially opened in 1997, but has since had multiple renovations and expansions and currently seats 79,000 screaming fans. The Skins first started out as the Boston Braves in 1932, then changed to the Boston Redskins, until finally finding a permanent home in Washington in 1937. Redskins games have been a fixture in the nation’s capital ever since and are a great source of hometown pride as the team has had a long history of success. The Hogs play in the NFC East and have racked up an impressive amount of conference championships and Super Bowl victories. Notable Redskins players include Art Monk, Joe Theismann, Sammy Baugh, Doug Williams, John Riggins, Bruce Smith, Sonny Jurgensen, and Robert Griffin III. Redskins’ tickets are nearly impossible to find as the team always sells out.

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Chase G. Dec 6, 2012
The Redskins have new life this season with RGIII leading them. Currently on a three game winning streak, the Redskins are closing in on the NFC East leaders. The Giants are only ahead by one game so it will be interesting to see what happens in the next few weeks to come. The Redskins still have to face the Ravens and Cowboys so they are by no means on an easy road to victory but if there was anybody to lead the skins to beat those teams it would be RGIII. The Giants have a rougher few weeks ahead facing the Saints, Falcons, and Ravens. You love to see a young QB do well, but Eli Manning's experience may make a big difference in the chase for the playoffs. LETSGO SKINS!
Sam A. Oct 4, 2012
The Washington Redskins could be solid going forward. I think Robert Griffin III is legit. He seems poised beyond his years, he is well-respected in the Redskins locker room already and generally has a great feel for the game. His rise at Baylor was incredible and I expect big things from him. The only question is whether the Shanahans can screw it up for him. Elway hates Shanahan for a reason. We will see what happens with RGIII after a few years.
Chris M. Sep 10, 2012
Well one game convinced me, the Redskins have a quarterback! Great win and great start to the season.
Chris M. Sep 6, 2012
Some big expectations in the next few years for the skins. I still remember watching in 1991 with Rypien and Monk, as well as watching Williams and Riggo. I also remember Heath Shuler, Frerotte, Green, Johnson, Campbell, McNabb, Brunella, Ramsey, Grossman and the revolving door of quarterbacks. I REALLY want RG3 to be good and to finally have a quarterback last more than a few years or a few games. With Shanahan at the helm I am more comfortable that whoever is playing running back will be successful and I think we have a few receivers now to make things happen on offense. The defense until the last couple of years was actually one of the best in the league for a few years and we need to bring that back. Of course, that's when we had Gregg Williams so who knows what was going on then. The Redskins still are the best sports fans out of all the DC teams, despite others having more success, and it will be great to see them return to prominence. It will also be great to see the rest of the NFC East below the Redskins in the standings because I am really tired of seeing others succeed. Hail to the Redskins! Hail Victory!

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