GO TEAM VENTURE!!!!!
Yes, I do remember it... 15-14, right? But my recollection is of rain with some flurries....nasty day indeed. But I don't remember there being snow on the ground? Was it snowing that day?
1991 we beat the Eagles 23-0 and it was when you knew that team was special but my favorite was 1990 when we got revenge on thr Eagle for the Body Bag Game. Looked gloomy when everything thought Earnest Byner fumbled but play overturned and the Redskins never looked back
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Hopefully today will be a game we remember fondly..
Last edited by Idaho fan; November-18th-2012 at 12:11 PM.
The 2000 home loss sticks our vividly to me. I believe Lavar was slated to spy McNabb that day and got knocked out of the game on the opening kickoff. Jeff George started for the Skins, and played pretty well. But in typical Norv fashion, we found a way to lose to a team whose only effective play was the QB scramble. The next week, the Norv Turner era would thankfully finally end with another painful home loss to a rival (the Giants).
That was also the game where Joey T. became a "Piglett" for throwing a nice block on a sweep.
1982 Super Bowl Season. My very first game attended. My great uncle had season tickets and called to see if I wanted to go because my great aunt was sick and nobody else wanted to go. It was about 45 degrees and raining. We were under the overhang in the upper deck where the Redskins come out of the dugout. My uncle brought 2 thermoses, one with coffee and one with hot chocolate. I was 14 and had a little of both.
I think Charlie Brown caught a long TD pass and we won 13-9. Very wet, rainy, Hog-like conditions. I remember alot of handoffs on both sides. Riggins had over 100 yards.
*** Just looked it up. 38 degrees, Brown caught a 65 yarder and Riggins went for only 52 yards. I was way off on the rushing. Jaworski had an awful day. 18-42, 4 Ints.
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Redskins 2013 Opponents:
Home- Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco, Kansas City, San Diego
Away- Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Green Bay, Minnesota, Atlanta, Denver, Oakland
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