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Wallpaper Wednesday: Super Bowl Rings – The Redskins Legacy

Today’s wallpaper is Washington’s Super Bowl rings!!

Sometimes after a tough loss, it’s hard to pay tribute to one of the current players. It seems more sensible to pay homage to the past. In this case – to the Redskins three Super Bowl victories.

If you need to be reminded, Washington won Super Bowl XVII, Super Bowl XXII, and Super Bowl XXVI.

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Wallpaper Wednesday: The Posse – Monk, Clark & Sanders

Sometimes after a tough loss – especially one like the 24-8 pasting Sunday from the Philadelphia Eagles – it’s better to go with a retro wallpaper. It’s perhaps even more appropriate, when nobody really stood out as having played well in the game.

So today’s wallpapers are to honor one of the greatest groups to ever don the burgundy and gold – The Posse.

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Washington’s Five Best Ever First Round Draft Picks

The 2021 NFL Draft is just days away. The Washington Football Team will be looking to land a superstar for years to come with the 19th overall pick.

Here is a look at Washington’s five best ever first round draft picks.

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Throwback Thursday: Art Monk

It was exactly twenty five years ago today that Art Monk broke the all time career receptions mark.

So celebrate your Throwback Thursday by Hail-ing the greatest receiver in Redskins history:

On October 12, 1992, Monk caught a pass against the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football, to go past Steve Largent (Seahawks) with his 820th career reception.

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Flashback Friday: This Day in 1990

On this day, November 4th in 1990, the Washington Redskins equaled what was at the time*, the greatest comeback in club history with a 41-38 overtime win at Detroit.

Washington were down by 21 points in the third quarter (17 points entering the fourth quarter), but 363 second-half yards from Jeff Rutledge rallied the Redskins.

Chip Lohmiller kicked a 34-yard field goal in overtime to seal the victory.

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Review of Washington Redskins vs. San Francisco 49ers

The Washington Redskins lost to the San Francisco 49ers 19-11 yesterday. 8 of those 11 points for the Redskins came in trash time when the 49ers weren’t playing a pressure-based defense.

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Burgundy and Gold Faithful Invade Canton

What a weekend to be a Redskins fan. Two legends are officially enshrined as members of the hallowed Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Then the current crop of Washington Redskins kicks off the NFL preseason in the annual Hall of Fame game against the Indianapolis Colts one night later.

August 2nd marked the beginning of what Redskins fans were looking forward to since February. Former cornerback Darrell Green, who spent 20 years in Washington, and former wide receiver Art Monk, the Redskins all-time leading receiver and retired as the NFL’s most prolific pass-catcher, officially became members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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