Washington Redskins Tickets

The Washington Redskins have a long history that starts back in 1932 and has produced five NFL championships, three of which are in the Super Bowl age. There are few teams that are tougher than the Redskins, and it is often very difficult to get the tickets to the game. The Washington Redskins were one of the first teams to use the forward pass with Sammy Baugh, and they took the new game to win the first NFL championship back in 1937. The year after, the Redskins tried to repeat the victory against the Bears but they were not able to stop them and lost the NFL game.

Washington Redskins tickets are on sale to sit back and enjoy at FedEx Field throughout the remainder of the 2011 Redskins schedule as the team that jumped out to a fast start to begin the season tries to rekindle that fire and become a playoff possibility in the NFC East. TheSeats has the Redskin tickets for those games, both at home and on the road.

Washington Redskins Tickets for Sale

After jumping out to a 2-1 start with Rex Grossman starting at quarterback, the Washington Redskins have given control of the offense over to John Beck and are hoping the journeyman simply needed a long incubation time before becoming a winner. Of course, this offense already had depth issues at skills position on offense before Grossman imploded and now Beck will have to get the job done with an injured Santana Moss and a season without Tim Hightower.

This leaves two receiving options with double digit receptions, tight end Fred Davis and wide out Jabar Gaffney. The optimist may think that there would be more but Grossman simply struggled to find receivers before his benching. Yes, Grossman quickly returned to his rightful place on the ranking of NFL quarterbacks after that impressive Week 1 game, but the Redskins gave him few real options on routes and he still managed to surpass 249 yards twice more. Beck will likely be the starter for the rest of the schedule, and he will be hoping Ryan Torain will embrace this second chance to start at running back simply because Beck wants a shot at winning a game this season.

The Washington Redskins are part of a logjam in the NFC East right now, The Eagles may have finally figured out how to win, the Cowboys are up and down, and the Giants appear to be the dominant team but are playing with a suspect defense. Of course, this is the story every season in this division. Some call it the best in the NFL while others simply consider it to be unpredictable. The schedule is no cake walk for Head Coach Mike Shanahan and his ever changing depth chart, but it is hardly an insurmountable obstacle. Redskins tickets for three division games remain and the only teams to be terrified of out of division are the Patriots and 49ers.

Washington Redskins History

The Washington Redskins have been playing organized football since 1932 when they took the field as the Boston Braves. They won two NFL Championships prior to the creation of the Super Bowl and three since. Those two early championships came in 1937 and 1942. Quarterback Sammy Baugh led those early squads as one of the great passers. The Redskins waited 24 years through front office strife and waited as the owner fought integration before Washington would become a relevant franchise again.

In 1982, the Washington Redskins finally reached the Super Bowl. Led by head coach Joe Gibbs, quarterback Joe Theismann and running back John Riggins, the team went 8-1 in the truncated strike season and played the Miami Dolphins in the Super Bowl, defeating Marino and the Dolphins 27-17. Five years later quarterback Doug Williams won the Super Bowl MVP as the Redskins beat the Denver Broncos 42-10 in Super Bowl XXII. The last Super Bowl win came in 1991 when Gibbs coached a team with quarterback Mark Rypien to a 37-24 win over the Buffalo Bills.

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