John Riggins scored 24 times in 1983 which was a then NFL Record.
Joe Gibbs attempted to silence crowd in a home game against the Detroit Lions in 1987.
The Redskins finished the 1986 season with a 12-4 record.
In 1975, the Redskins beat the Cowboys in the first ever overtime game in franchise history which created a 3-way divisional tie.
In 1955, Joe Scudero scored a 94-yard return against the New York Giants
The Redskins beat the Vikings in the 1987 NFC Championship to head to the Super Bowl.
Bobby Mitchell was the first African-American football player in Redskins franchise history in 1962.
The Redskins special teams dominated teams in 2006.
Over Baugh's career, he punted and and intercepted passes. He intercepted 31 passes over his career.
In 1981, Joe Gibbs became the Redskins 17th head coach in franchise history.
Ken Houston made one of the biggest stops in franchise history.
Beating the Packers set up a meeting with the Cowboys in the NFC East Title Game.
The Redskins were led by a team of veterans in the early 1970's.
Vince Lombardi became the head coach for the Redskins in 1969.
The Redskins scored 10 touchdowns against the NY Giants in 1966.
On April 1, 1964, Sonny Jurgensen was traded from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Washington Redskins.
After graduating from Texas Christian University, "Slinging" Sammy Baugh was drafted by the Washington Redskins in 1936.
In 1937, the Boston Redskins became the Washington Redskins.
In 1937, George Preston Marshall changed the name from the Boston Braves to the Boston Redskins.
On November 6, 2006, Sean Taylor blocked a field goal against the Dallas Cowboys to set up a Redskins game-winning field goal.
Santana Moss had a game to remember in the Monday night win vs. the Dallas Cowboys in 2005.
In 2004, Clinton Portis scored on the 2nd play of scrimmage in the home opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Redskins beat the Miami Dolphins 27-17 in Super Bowl XVII
Joe Gibbs became the head coach and team president of the Redskins in 2004.
In 1962, Sammy Baugh was a unanimous vote into the NFL Hall of Fame.