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Dallas Cowboys. In that game, the Redskins broke the record for fewest offensive yards gained in a playoff victory, with one of their two touchdowns being from a defensive run after a fumble recovery.
The following weekend, they played the Seahawks , who defeated the Redskins 20—10,   ending their hopes of reaching their first NFC Championship Game since The first major move of the off-season was the hiring of Kansas City Chiefs ' offensive coordinator Al Saunders as offensive coordinator.
After winning only three of the first nine games,  Gibbs benched quarterback Brunell for former first-round draft pick Jason Campbell.
After losing his first game as a starter to Tampa Bay , Campbell got his first NFL victory against the Carolina Panthers , bringing the Redskins out of a three-game losing streak.
Tied 19—19, Troy Vincent blocked a last-second field goal attempt by Dallas that would have given them the win.
This marked the second losing season of Joe Gibbs' second term as head coach with the Redskins, compared to the one losing season he had in his first year tenure as head coach.
The Redskins began the season by "winning ugly" starting the season off 2—0. The Redskins kept winning and losing close games, the only exception to this a 34—3 rout of the Detroit Lions.
The Redskins continued to win ugly and lose ugly to be 5—3 at the halfway mark. However, the Redskins would begin to collapse. The team lost their next three games to fall to 5—6.
On Monday, November 26, Redskins safety Sean Taylor was shot by home intruders early in the morning in his Miami home. The next morning, Taylor died from severe blood loss.
To close the game, Todd Collins threw two interceptions, each returned for a touchdown, and the Redskins fell 35— After Joe Gibbs announced his retirement following the season, Jim Zorn was hired as head coach, and brought in a West Coast Offense.
The season started well, as the Redskins started the season 6—2. However, things turned for the worse in early November, when they were routed 23—6 by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Portis' injuries finally caught up to him.
The Redskins continued to struggle, falling all the way to 7—7, with their only win during that six-week period being a 3-point victory of the then-2—8 Seattle Seahawks.
The Redskins managed to upset the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 16, but were eliminated from playoff contention. The team's fortunes continued to slide in , as they finished 4— Zorn was fired and replaced by Mike Shanahan after the season.
However, the Redskins struggled to a 6—10 finish, once again 4th place in the division. The McNabb era came to an abrupt end when he was traded to Minnesota in August The troublesome After cutting the injury-rattled Clinton Portis , the Redskins had no important offensive players left except for Santana Moss.
Mike Shanahan surprised most observers by his decision to name John Beck , an obscure free agent quarterback, as the starter.
However, Shanahan suddenly reversed direction by naming veteran backup Rex Grossman to the starting position. In Week 1, Grossman threw for yards and two touchdown passes as the Redskins crushed the Giants 28—14, ending a six-game losing streak against that team.
The Washington Redskins started the season 2—0, but then struggled to a 5—11 finish, however they managed to win both meetings over the eventual Super Bowl champion New York Giants.
In , the Redskins traded several high draft picks to the St. Although the need for a franchise quarterback was obvious, many journalists had doubts about the value of giving up a lot for a single player.
In the opening game of the season, Griffin threw for yards and two touchdown passes in a 40—32 victory over the New Orleans Saints to give the team its highest scoring game since The Redskins struggled to a 3—6 start, but in Week 11, the Redskins would host the struggling Philadelphia Eagles.
Griffin would have one of his best games of his career to date, as the Redskins won 31—6 with long touchdowns to Santana Moss and Aldrick Robinson.
The Redskins would win their next 6 games after that, including the crucial final game of the season against the Cowboys, which would clinch the division for and send the Redskins to the playoffs.
Hopes were high for a repeat division title in However, these hopes were in vain, as poor play and controversy stirred during the entire year, leading to a disastrous 3—13 campaign.
Garcon broke Art Monk 's year-old franchise record for catches in a single season. Garcon had catches total, which broke Monk's catches in by seven.
On January 9, , the Redskins hired Jay Gruden as their head coach. Gruden became the eighth head coach of the team since Daniel Snyder purchased the franchise in Gruden would then go on to win his first game as an NFL head coach the following week against the Jacksonville Jaguars 41— Gruden and the Redskins struggled throughout the season, having three different quarterbacks start games, amounting to a 4—12 record.
Defense coordinator Jim Haslett was fired at the end of the season. In October , the Redskins had their largest comeback win in franchise history, coming back to win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31—30 after being down 0—24 in the second quarter.
His completion percentage led the league, while his 29 touchdowns tied him for second on the franchise single-season list.
The team's offense in set several franchise records, including having over 6, total net yards, which was only the third time in franchise history the team had accomplished that.
Despite the numerous records set, the Redskins missed the playoffs, losing 19—10 in a "win and in" situation against the New York Giants in the final week of the season.
Kirk Cousins had his third straight season with 4, passing yards while once again playing under the franchise tag. For the second straight season, the Redskins missed the playoffs, finishing 7—9.
It was also the last season that Cousins played for the Redskins, as he signed with the Minnesota Vikings for , ending his six-year tenure with the team.
During the offseason, the Redskins traded for quarterback Alex Smith to replace Kirk Cousins as he left for the Minnesota Vikings in free agency.
In a game against the Houston Texans on November 18, , Alex Smith suffered a compound and spiral fracture to his tibia and fibula in his right leg when he was sacked by Kareem Jackson and J.
Watt which forced him to miss the rest of the season. The team finished at 7—9 and missed the playoffs for the third consecutive year, with a league-high 25 players on injured reserve.
With a league worst 0—5 record at the time tying with the Cincinnati Bengals , and their worst start since , the Redskins fired Gruden on October 7, ,  with offensive line coach Bill Callahan serving as the interim head coach for the rest of the season.
Callahan got the Redskins first victory over the 0—4 Miami Dolphins, snapping a 7-game losing streak dating back to the previous season, which was also his first NFL win as a head coach since The record was their worst since also going 3—13 in and was the second worst of any team that season, behind only the Bengals at 2— The team underwent several changes in , including retiring the Redskins name and logo and hiring former Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera in the same role, as well as naming Jason Wright as team president, the first black one in NFL history.
The team's former Redskins branding, used from until , was one of the leading examples of Native American mascot controversy as the term redskin has been defined as offensive,  disparaging,   and taboo.
However, public opinion polling, which places the question about the Redskins within a longer telephone survey on other topics, was deemed scientifically questionable by academic researchers.
Following renewed attention to questions of racial justice in wake of the George Floyd protests in , a letter signed by 87 shareholders and investors was sent to team and league sponsors Nike , FedEx , and Pepsi urging them to cut their ties unless the name was changed.
The franchise's primary colors are burgundy and gold. Gold face masks were introduced in and remain as such to this day; previous to that they were grey.
Throughout most of the s, s, and s, Washington were just one of three other teams that primarily wore their white jerseys at home the others being the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins.
The tradition of wearing white jerseys over burgundy pants at home, which is considered the "classic" look, was started by Joe Gibbs when he took over as coach in Gibbs was an assistant for the San Diego Chargers in and when the team wore white at home under head coach Don Coryell.
Their burgundy jerseys were primarily used only when the opposing team decided to wear white at home, which came mostly against the Dallas Cowboys , and was normally worn over white pants.
It was worn on the road against other teams that like to wear white at home for games occurring early in the season. From through , Washington wore their white jerseys over burgundy pants at home almost exclusively.
In , as part of a league-wide celebration of the NFL's 75th anniversary, during certain games the team wore special uniforms which emulated the uniforms worn by the team in its inaugural season in Washington in Both worn over gold pants, the burgundy jerseys featured gold numbers bordered in white and the white jerseys featured burgundy numbers bordered in gold.
The most distinctive feature of both colors of the jersey was the patches worn on both sleeves, which were a reproduction of the patches worn on the full-length sleeves of the jerseys.
Worn with these uniforms was a plain burgundy helmet with a gold facemask. In , the team wore burgundy for all home games in the preseason and regular season per a decision by Marty Schottenheimer, their coach for that year.
In , the team celebrated the passing of 70 years since its creation as the Boston Braves in , and wore a special home uniform of burgundy jersey over gold pants which roughly resembled the home uniforms used from to The helmets used with this special home uniform during that year were a reproduction of the helmets used by the team from to , though they wore white at home in Week 1 against the Arizona Cardinals and again in Week 17, the latter forcing the Cowboys to use their blue jerseys.
In , when Gibbs became the coach of the team once again, the team switched back to wearing white jerseys at home; in Gibbs's 16 years as head coach, the team never wore burgundy jerseys at home, even wearing a white throwback jersey in Their white jerseys have provided three basic color combinations.
The last combination consists of both white jerseys and pants. That particular combination surfaced in the first game of the season, when the team was coached by Steve Spurrier, during a nationally televised game against the New York Jets , which led many sports fans and Redskins faithful alike to point out that they had never seen that particular combination before.
The Redskins won six straight games, including one in the playoffs against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, wearing that combination.
The white jersey over burgundy pants look reappeared in a home game against the Carolina Panthers later in In celebration of the franchise's 75th anniversary, Washington wore a one-time throwback uniform for a home game against the New York Giants , based on their away uniform from to Players wore a white jersey with three burgundy and two gold stripes on each sleeve and the 75th anniversary logo on the left chest.
The pants were gold, with one white stripe bordered by a burgundy stripe on each side, running down each side. The helmet was gold-colored with a burgundy "R" logo.
The helmet and uniform styles were the same as the ones the franchise used during the —71 seasons. Vince Lombardi , who coached Washington in before dying during the preseason, was the inspiration behind the helmet.
Lombardi pushed for the logo, which sat inside a white circle enclosed within a burgundy circle border, with Native American feathers hanging down from the side because of its similarity to the "G" on the helmets worn by the Green Bay Packers , who he had coached during most of the s.
In a Monday Night Football game against the against the Pittsburgh Steelers , Washington wore a monochrome look by wearing burgundy jerseys over burgundy pants.
The Redskins, starting in , began to wear the burgundy jersey paired with the gold pants reminiscent of the George Allen era.
Washington wore the same combination against the Giants on the road two weeks later. In , the Redskins wore the burgundy jersey and gold pants for five home games and a road game at Dallas, the burgundy jersey with white pants for three home games and a road game at Miami, the white jersey and burgundy pants for five road games, and the white jersey and gold pants for a Bills game in Toronto.
The following year, the team wore an updated throwback uniform of the championship team that featured a helmet pattern based on the logo-less leather helmets worn at the time, in a game against the Carolina Panthers.
As a result, Washington wore its throwbacks with the logo removed from the regular helmet in a game versus the San Diego Chargers. Between and , the team wore the gold pants with their standard uniforms, although the burgundy pants returned as part of the team's away uniform later in Initially, Nike gave them an all-gold uniform but team officials called it "garish" and refused to wear it.
The gold pants were used in Week 17 against the Eagles and was the last time Washington wore them. Washington's rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys features two teams that have won 31 combined division titles and 10 championships, including eight combined Super Bowls.
In , Dallas was placed in the same division as the Redskins, and from that point on, they have played each other twice during every regular season.
Texas oil tycoon Clint Murchison Jr. Just as the sale was about to be finalized, Marshall called for a change in terms. Murchison was outraged and canceled the whole deal.
Breeskin had written the music to the Redskins fight song , now a staple at the stadium. Halas decided to put the proposition of a Dallas franchise before the NFL owners, which needed to have unanimous approval in order to pass.
The only owner against the proposal was George Preston Marshall. However, Marshall found out that Murchison owned the rights to Washington's fight song, so a deal was finally struck.
If Marshall showed his approval of the Dallas franchise, Murchison would return the song. The Cowboys were then founded and began playing in Some numbers are unofficially retired and are usually withheld from being selected by new players.
The following numbers fall into that category. The use of unofficial retired numbers drew controversy during Steve Spurrier 's first year as head coach.
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