Washington Redskins Details
Kirk Cousins is back under center for the Redskins and, as a Skins fan, you either like that or you don’t. You really should, though. Cousins has done nothing but produce since being named Washington’s starter, and he should be able to lead this team to big things in the coming years if he’s around. DeSean Jackson is no longer with the team, but Terrelle Pryor is here to replace him. Pryor had a breakout year for the Browns last season, catching 77 passes for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns. He did that with far worse quarterback play and should thrive under the coaching of Jay Gruden. Washington also has an elite tight end for Cousins to throw to, as Jordan Reed has emerged as one of the most explosive pass-catchers in the game. Reed has struggled to stay healthy in his career, but those issues appear to be behind him now. The Redskins also have some serious weapons on defense, as D.J. Swearinger, Mason Foster, Zach Brown, Ryan Kerrigan and Josh Norman are all coming off of good seasons for Washington. Norman wasn’t even as good as he was with Carolina, so this defense could take another step forward if he finds his mojo.
The Redskins play their home games at FedExField, which is located in Landover, Maryland. The venue seats 82,000 and has become one of the hardest places to play in the NFL. This Redskins fan base has shown an ability to get extremely loud, and that played a big part in Washington going 10-6 at home in the two seasons before this one. It also certainly played a factor in the NFL scheduling two primetime games at FedExField this season.
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When do Redskins playoff tickets go on sale?
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Washington Redskins schedule
Browse the listings above to see all upcoming games, and visit the Redskins Schedule page for additional information including game results and record. The regular season starts in September 10th, and ends December 31st.
How much do Redskins tickets cost?
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When do the Redskins play the Cowboys?
Redskins-Cowboys takes place on October 29th in Washington and November 30th in Dallas. See our Redskins vs. Cowboys matchup page for more information.
What is the Washington Redskins preseason schedule?
The 2017 Redskins preseason is scheduled to begin August 10th and end August 31st. For Washington Redskins preseason tickets, visit our Redskins Tickets page. The Redskins will face off against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers August 19th at FedEx Field.