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Founded in 1932 as the Boston Braves, the Washington Redskins have been a beloved Beltway institution since 1937. With one of the largest and most dedicated fan bases of any team on the planet, the Washington Redskins are currently ranked by Forbes as the 2nd most valuable NFL franchise behind the Dallas Cowboys.
Winners of three Super Bowls (1982, 1987 and 1991) in addition to two pre-merger championships (1937 and 1942), with 2nd Year superstar Robert Griffin III at QB, the Redskins are primed for a return to football’s biggest stage.
Getting Back To The Super Bowl
Always one of the fiercest division battles in the NFL the 2013 edition of NFC East looks downright terrifying. With Chip Kelly and his electrifying offense installed in Philadelphia, 2-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning running the Giants and the gun slinging Tony Romo looking for redemption in Dallas, the pressure is on RG III and the Washington Redskins to repeat as division winners.
Though RG III gets most of the publicity, the rest of the NFL knows very well that in Alfred Morris and Trent Williams, the Washington Redskins have some of the brightest young stars in the game. With two-time Super Bowl winning coach Mike Shanahan at the helm, the Washington Redskins are loaded in 2013 and nothing but a deep playoff run will do.
Did you know…
The Redskins once shared Fenway Park with the Boston Red Sox? They spent five years there, before relocating to Washington D.C. in 1937.
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