WASHINGTON REDSKINS PLAYOFF
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Washington Redskins Playoff Tickets
Team: Washington Redskins
Fight Song: "Hail to the Redskins"
Stadium: FedEx Field
Super Bowls: 3 (1983, 1988, 1992)
Coach: Bill Callahan
2018 Record: 7-9
Washington Redskins Playoff TicketsIn the Washington, D.C., area, the Redskins have long owned the local sports market due to its fanatical support. The team is laden with traditions such as the Hogs and the Redskins Marching Band. A Redskins game is both a monument to history as well as a celebration of the present. Although the team has fallen on hard times recently, there is a winning tradition in Washington, and fans have high expectations for their team. This is because the Redskins are a three-time Super Bowl winner that instilled high hopes during the era of Joe Gibbs. This proud history dates all the way back to the franchise's founding in 1932. The Redskins are one of the NFL's oldest franchises and have won a total of five titles (two NFL Championships in addition to the three Super Bowls). Now, the team is trying to recapture the magic of the glory years with Dwayne Haskins as the quarterback of the future. The hope is that Haskins will return the Redskins to the playoffs. You can pick up your Washington Redskins playoff tickets at StubHub today and be a part of the action.
When was the Washington Redskins' last Super Bowl win?The remarkable thing about the Redskins dynasty was that the team won three Super Bowls with three different quarterbacks. The last Super Bowl win was in 1992 when Mark Rypien led the juggernaut Redskins offense to a 37-26 victory over the Buffalo Bills in Minneapolis.
What was historic about the Super Bowl XXII win?The 1987 Washington Redskins’ playoff team became the first to win the Super Bowl with an African-American starting quarterback. Doug Williams took over earlier in the season from an injured Jay Schroeder and led the Redskins through the playoffs. After Washington fell behind 10-0 to the Denver Broncos, Williams and the Redskins scored 42 unanswered points for their second Super Bowl behind Williams' passing and the running of the unheralded Timmy Smith, who emerged from the shadows for one big game.
Who are some of the all-time great players in Redskins playoff history?Sonny Jurgensen was the signal-caller for the Redskins from 1964-74. Jurgensen threw for over 32,000 yards in his career and won several passing titles in Washington even though he was not surrounded by the best talent during his heyday. On the defensive side of the ball, Darrell Green was one of the greatest cornerbacks in NFL history and anchored Washington's defensive backfield for all of the three Super Bowl titles.
Who was the driving force behind the three Super Bowl wins?As coach of the Redskins, Joe Gibbs was known for his rigorous preparation and game planning and for the respect that he commanded from his team. The Redskins did nothing but win under Gibbs in his first stint as the coach of the team, and the franchise made it to four Super Bowls, winning three of them. At the height of his success, Gibbs suddenly retired in 1992 to step away from the game and to focus on founding his NASCAR team. Gibbs returned to the Redskins for a second stint as coach in 2004.
Where do the Washington Redskins’ home playoff games take place?After decades of playing at the old RFK Stadium where the stands literally bounced from the fans' excitement, the Redskins moved to FedEx Field, which is located in the Maryland suburbs. FedEx Field has a large seating capacity, and the Redskins routinely broke attendance records in the early years of the stadium. There is persistent talk in D.C. that the Redskins will try to come back to the old RFK Stadium site when the FedEx Field lease expires.
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