Welcome to Flashback Friday, where we take a trip down memory lane to revisit yesteryear moments in Washington football history. From jaw-dropping plays to nail-biting finishes, Washington football has provided its fans with countless memories throughout the years. Today, we turn our attention way back to October 6, 2002, when the Washington Redskins took on the Miami Dolphins. As we dive into the archives, let’s try relive the events that unfolded on that historic day.Read More
The Washington Commanders victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday was a bit if an anomaly. Why? Because Washington haven’t opened a season at 2-0 since the Occupy Wall Street movement.
That’s right, they haven’t won their first two regular season games since 2011.
It was a very tight game. Perhaps more poignantly, it definitely didn’t look like it was going to happen for at least half of the game. In fact, it almost fell through at the last moment as well.Read More
It wasn’t a losing season, but it wasn’t a winning one either. It was a very mixed bag for the Washington Commanders in 2022. Despite an auspicious beginning, they were in the playoff hunt until the second last game of the season against the Cleveland Browns – a 24-10 defeat that dashed any hopes of a playoff game.
Who could forget the infamous comment from Head Coach Ron Rivera following the Browns loss?
“We can be eliminated?”
After the first game, it looked like maybe the Carson Wentz could work.
That didn’t last long.
Here’s a look at the entire season of events:Read More
Bittersweet. That’s what any tie in the National Football League seems to be. It doesn’t feel like a win. It doesn’t feel like a loss. Players often have no idea how to feel about the result. Such was the case on Sunday for Washington Commander and New York Giant players and fans alike, after a 20-20 draw.
Both teams could have really used the win, as both are vying for the final Wild Card spot in this year’s playoff race.Read More
Today’s wallpaper subject is Terry McLaurin. Not only is he Washington’s WR1, but he just made one of the best plays of the year to help the Commanders win their third game in a row.
McLaurin snatched a ball out of the air on Sunday, that proves why he is arguably the league’s absolute best receiver on contested catches.Read More
It was a battle of formerly backup quarterbacks. Sam Ehlinger stepped in for an injured Matt Ryan, and Taylor Heinicke made his second straight start for the Washington Commanders. Neither one of them looked like they’d be breaking any passing records any time soon, but in the end, Heinicke earned another pair of Nikes and came away with a 17-16 victory.
The Commanders quarterback ultimately put up decent numbers, going 23 of 31 for 279 yards with an interception and two touchdowns – one in the air, one on the ground. But in a tight match-up, it was Heinicke’s last two plays that made all the difference.Read More
Taylor Heinicke might not have the most NFL-est arm in the league, but Taylor Heinicke certainly has one of the most NFL-est attitudes in the game. With Carson Wentz out for a minimum of four games, Washington’s backup quarterback took to the field on Sunday to try and win a football game. And did.
In true Washington form, fans were split down the middle as to wether or not they should throw any praise in Heinicke’s direction. The bottom line is that the Washington Commanders beat a Green Bay Packers team that almost nobody expected them to beat. Especially with a backup quarterback at the helm.Read More
Today’s wallpapers are to acknowledge three guys that really put it together against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. That allowed the Commanders to come away with a 28-22 victory, and a 1-0 record.
Carson Wentz threw four touchdowns. No Washington quarterback has ever done that in their debut.
Jahan Dotson pulled down two touchdowns. No Washington receiver has ever done that in their debut.
Terry McLaurin? Well he was just doing Terry McLaurin things when he snatched a 49-yard touchdown. He only caught two balls but the 49-yarder was the game’s longest play.Read More
Every year for near on twenty years, this site has posted schedule wallpapers for people to download. It’s quite comical and near digitally historic to think about how wallpapers were originally created for desktops at resolutions of 800 x 600 at that time. Then they went to 1024 x 768, and eventually moved on to more high definition letterbox typed sizes like 1280 x 720. Ultimately we moved into the mobile arena and had to start creating them at 1080 x 1920 for people’s phones.
Whatever the size, we hope you enjoy them!Read More