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Redskins Tickets Information
Stadium: FedEx Field
Super Bowls Won: 3
Notable Players: Deacon Jones, Bobby Mitchell, Sonny Jurgensen, Joe Theismann, Robert Griffin III
Rivals: Cowboys and Giants
Did you know that the Washington Redskins are the NFL’s 3rd most valuable franchise nehind only the Cowboys and the Patriots? Or that they’ve broken the single season attendance record 9 seasons in a row? Wow. How body them being the first NFL football team with an official marching band and fight song? And they certainly have the most controversial team name and logo--but we won’t get into that.
After going 13-3 in 2013, the worst record since 1994, the Redskins look to bounce back and take the NFC East again. Fans are hopeful that RGIII will return to his rookie form and that the the addition of DeSean Jackson and the great play of Pierre Garcon will help to carry the team to the Playoffs. The NFC East should be a great division to watch this season and the rivalries between the 4 teams should make for some great football. Check the 2014 schedule now and grab your Redskins tickets before RGIII blows up and make the average prices skyrocket.
Washington Redskins Schedule 2014
The Washington Redskins have all of the tools to be a playoff team again in 2014 and are still only a year removed from a trip to the postseason. On top of divisional play against the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East, the Redskins will play teams from the NFC West and AFC South this season. Check out the entire Washington Redskins schedule and pick out a game to cheer on your favorite team.
Key Home Games
Week 4 vs. New York Giants - The Redskins and Giants’ rivalry goes back all the way to 1932, when the Redskins were the Boston Braves. Things start early as the two look to get off to good starts in the NFC East.
Week 5 vs. Seattle Seahawks - The Super Bowl champs come to D.C. in a game that will really test RGIII and the Redskins. Seattle’s defense is one of the best in the league, and it should be fun to watch Griffin try to carve it up.
Week 17 vs. Dallas Cowboys - A lot could be on the line during the last game of the season for the Cowboys and Redskins. As Terrell Owens once said, get your popcorn ready.