Washington RedskinsThe Washington Redskins finished the 2015/16 regular season with no wins and one loss. They are currently ranked 10th in offense and 18th in defense for the 2016/17 NFL season.
|Head Coach||Jay Gruden|
|Super Bowls||1991, 1987, 1982|
|Statistics 2016-17 (YTD)||Rank|
|Total points||12th (396)|
|Total yards||3rd (6454)|
|First downs||8th (345)|
|Pass attempts||7th (607)|
|Pass comps||4th (407)|
|Pass yards||3rd (4758)|
|Pass TDs||14th (25)|
|Rush attempts||27th (379)|
|Rush yards||21st (1696)|
|Rush TDs||9th (17)|
|Fumbles lost||19th (9)|
|Total turnovers||18th (21)|
|Sack yards lost||12th (190)|
|Penalty yards||15th (909)|
|Q1 points||14th (77)|
|Q2 points||28th (91)|
|Q3 points||7th (96)|
|Q4 points||7th (132)|
- Closing time gets more comfortable for Washington's defense
<p>After beating Carolina last week, Washington cornerback Josh Norman noted that the home team started the game on defense and ended the game on defense. "That's what you want," he said.</p> <p>Maybe that's what HE wants. I think most fans would prefer a series of kneel downs from Alex Smith ...
- Redskins not satisfied after taking control of NFC East
<p>ASHBURN — A day after the Redskins' 20-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, Jonathan Allen still wasn't satisfied.</p> <p>Their second-straight win put the Redskins a game-and-half ahead in the NFC East — and Washington did so with another impressive defensive performance and a solid rushing attack.</p> <p>But, asked if the Redskins ...
- Skip Bayless: Cowboys got 'absolutely robbed' vs. Redskins
<p>Skip Bayless did not take the Dallas Cowboys' latest loss well. </p> <p>After the Redskins' 20-17 win Sunday over Dallas, Bayless tweeted the Cowboys were robbed. In fact, they weren't just robbed — they were "absolutely robbed," Bayless said Monday on Fox Sports 1's "Undisputed." </p> <p>Bayless' issue: the Cowboys were assessed ...
- Adrian Peterson on facing Saquon Barkley: 'Heck of a football player'
<p>After Sunday's win over Dallas, next up on the schedule for the Washington Redskins is a trip to play the New York Giants.</p> <p>The Giants are 1-5 but have talent on the offensive side, including Odell Beckham Jr., Evan Engram and second overall draft pick Saquon Barkley.</p> <p>Asked Sunday if ...
- Gruden needs more up his sleeve than Peterson
<p>LANDOVER — Adrian Peterson is making Jay Gruden lazy.</p> <p>Who needs drive, ingenuity and creativity, when you can trade those in for the luxury of handing off to an age-defying runner who's turning back the clock? Why try to devise new and innovative ways to maximize your limited offensive attack, ...
- Cowboys' snap infraction causes confusion after Redskins' win
<p>The Washington Redskins beat the Dallas Cowboys 20-17 in part because the Cowboys were penalized for a "snap infraction" while lined up for a field goal attempt to tie the game.</p> <p>But half an hour after the game, the Redskins did not know enough to illuminate the reason why that ...
- Ryan Kerrigan comes through on game-changing play after slow start to season
<p>LANDOVER — When the Washington Redskins have won this season, it’s usually been thanks in part to an individual defender with a standout performance. Jonathan Allen sacked Aaron Rodgers twice when the Redskins upset the Green Bay Packers. Josh Norman responded while under scrutiny and made his old team, the ...
- What's cooking at FedEx is an old Redskins recipe
<p>LANDOVER — It may be a video-game 21st century NFL, but the Washington Redskins appear determined to play like Y2K is still years away.</p> <p>A running back, a good defense, solid special teams and winning the turnover battle — that recipe for success in your grandfather's NFL is today's blue-plate ...