Washington Redskins

The 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.

Team info

Head Coach Jay Gruden
Arena/Stadium FedEx Field
Division NFC East
Super Bowls 1991, 1987, 1982
ScheduleAwayHomeResult
Week 1
(38-16)
Week 2
(27-23)
Week 3
(29-27)
Week 4
(31-20)
Week 5
(16-10)
Week 6
(27-20)
Week 7
(20-17)
Week 8
(27-27)
Week 10
(26-20)
Week 11
(42-24)
Week 12
(31-26)
Week 13
(31-23)
Week 14
(27-22)
Week 15
(26-15)
Week 16
(41-21)
Week 17
(19-10)
Statistics 2016-17 (YTD)Rank
Total points12th
(396)
Total yards3rd
(6454)
First downs8th
(345)
Pass attempts7th
(607)
Pass comps4th
(407)
Pass yards3rd
(4758)
Pass TDs14th
(25)
Rush attempts27th
(379)
Rush yards21st
(1696)
Rush TDs9th
(17)
Interceptions15th
(12)
Fumbles13th
(19)
Fumbles lost19th
(9)
Total turnovers18th
(21)
Sacks4th
(23)
Sack yards lost12th
(190)
Penalties13th
(110)
Penalty yards15th
(909)
Q1 points14th
(77)
Q2 points28th
(91)
Q3 points7th
(96)
Q4 points7th
(132)

Latest News

  • Redskins to sign kicker Nick Rose, place Dustin Hopkins on IR: reports

    <p>The Washington Redskins will sign kicker Nick Rose after placing Dustin Hopkins (hip) on injured reserve, according to multiple reports.&nbsp;</p> <p>An undrafted rookie from the University of Texas, Rose, 23, has never kicked in a regular season NFL game. Rose hit 71.1 percent of his field goals in college and ...

  • Redskins run game gets another shot at Eagles

    <p>ASHBURN &mdash; Ideally, the Redskins want to get Chris Thompson 10 to 15 touches per game, coach Jay Gruden said Monday &mdash; seven to eight carries and another seven to eight receptions.</p> <p>Against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Thompson &mdash; who has become the team's most explosive playmaker this ...

  • NFL players, owners hold 'constructive' talks on social issues

    <p>NEW YORK &mdash; NFL players and owners met Tuesday to discuss social issues, a session Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross called "constructive."</p> <p>A group of 11 owners and more than a dozen players met at the league's headquarters. Among the topics discussed was enhancing the players' platforms for speaking out ...

  • Redskins take jump in power rankings after 49ers win

    <p>The weekly NFL power rankings are out, and the Washington Redskins took a jump in most places after their 26-24 win over the San Francisco 49ers.</p> <p>ESPN <a href="http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/page/NFLpowerrankingsx171017/nfl-2017-week-7-power-rankings-kansas-city-chiefs-philadelphia-eagles-new-england-patriots-top-our-board-remaining-schedules">rank</a> the Redskins 10th, up three spots from last week. ESPN writes:</p> <blockquote> <p>This upcoming stretch for the Redskins is pretty brutal. ...

  • Josh Norman among players to speak with NFL owners about anthem protest

    <p>Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman will be one of 12 players Tuesday to speak with NFL owners on the league's stance regarding the national anthem and player protests.</p> <p>Norman was spotted Tuesday in New York ahead of the league's fall meetings.</p> <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"> <p dir="ltr" lang="en">A list of participants ...

  • Jonathan Allen out 3-4 weeks with a foot injury

    <p>ASHBURN &mdash; Another game, another slew of injuries for the banged-up Washington Redskins.</p> <p class="p1"><span class="s1">The Redskins will be without rookie Jonathan Allen for the next 3-4 weeks after the defensive lineman suffered a lisfranc sprain in his left foot during Washington&rsquo;s 26-24 win Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers.</span></p> ...

  • NFL seeks to prevent take-a-knee protests at fall meeting as ratings drop

    <p>If the NFL has its way, the 11 players who still sat or took a knee for the national anthem at Sunday's games will be the last.</p> <p>Leading the agenda at the NFL's fall meeting starting Tuesday will be a discussion on how the league can stop the take-a-knee protests ...

  • Trent Williams on injury: I didn't feel like myself

    <p>LANDOVER &mdash; Redskins left tackle Trent Williams played through knee soreness Sunday during the Redskins' 26-24 win over the San Francisco 49ers and said afterwards he didn't feel like himself.</p> <p>"I didn't feel like I was playing at an elite level," Williams said. "Sometimes you just have to push through ...