The Redskins beat the Denver Broncos 42-10 in Super Bowl XXII.
Lavar Arrington finished the 2003 season with 88 tackles and 6 sacks!
London Fletcher finished the 2009 season with 142 tackles, 2 sacks, and 2 interceptions.
Charley Taylor finished his Hall of Fame career with 649 reception for 9,110 yards with 79 touchdowns!
Da'Ron Payne has accounted for 49 tackles and 7 sacks in his career thus far with the Redskins.
In 1986, Dexter Manley set a franchise record for sacks in a season with 18.5!
In his very first rushing attempt as a Redskin, Clinton Portis scored on a 64-yard touchdown.
"NFL 100 Greatest" counts down the top 100 characters in NFL history, and former Denver Broncos and Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis lands at No. 70.
Colt McCoy led the Redskins to a 20-17 win in overtime over the Dallas Cowboys in his Week 8 of the 2014 season.
Clinton Portis honored Sean Taylor in 2007 by running out of the pregame tunnel waving a number 21 flag.
Art Monk and Darrell Green are 2 of the Top 80 Redskins of all-time.
Santana Moss finished his 2008 campaign with 73 receptions for 1,044 yard and 6 touchdowns.
In his 7 seasons with the Washington Redskins, Clinton Portis rushed for 6,825 yards and 46 TD's.
Ryan Kerrigan Finished 7th in the NFL in sack in 2014
In 2015, Brandon Scherff started all 16 games for the Washington Redskins
Ryan Kerrigan tied a franchise record with 4 sacks against the Jacksonville Jaguars in a 41-10 win.
The Redskins beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 41-10 in their 2014 home opener.
The Redskins beat the Dolphins 27-17 in Super Bowl XVII
Mark Rypien earned MVP honors in the Redskins 37-24 win over the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVI
The "NFL 100 Greatest" ranks the top 100 games in NFL history, and the Washington Redskins vs. Denver Broncos matchup in Super Bowl XXII in the 1987 season lands at No. 85.
John Riggins is the Redskins all-time leader in rushing yards.
The Redskins beat the 49ers in the 2002 American Bowl leaving them with a 4-1 preseason record.
Sean Taylor picks off Bears' Jonathan Quinn in the final seconds to win the game 13-10 in Chicago.
Washington Redskins running back John Riggins' epic touchdown run against the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XVII is the No. 20 play on the "NFL 100 Greatest" ranking of the top 100 plays in NFL history.
In 2011, rookie Ryan Kerrigan recorded a pick-6 in his NFL debut.