Who was a quarterback from Tennessee that went to the Washington Redskins in the 90's?
No, the Washington Redskins actually started in Boston in 1932 as one of the earliest teams of the National Football League. The only professional team to originate in Washington state is the Seattle Seahawks, which were founded in 1976. Ironically, the Seahawks first quarterback was Jim Zorn, who eventually went on to be an unsuccessful head coach of the Washington Redskins.
The last time the Washington Redskins won a playoff game was after the 2005 season, during which they went 10-6 and qualified for the playoffs as a wild card team. They won the wild card playoff game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17-10. The Redskins went on to lose in the divisional playoffs the next week to the Seattle Seahawks by the score of 20-10.
The season the Redskins had their best winning percentage was 1942 when they went 10-1. They beat the Chicago Bears to win the 1942 NFL championship. The season the Redskins won their most games was 1991 when the went 14-2. They defeated the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVI to win the NFL championship that season.
Greg McElroy played behind quarterback Chase Daniel at Southlake Carroll High School in Southlake, Texas. Chase went on to play quarterback for the University of Missouri, was signed by the Washington Redskins as an undrafted free agent in 2009, and is now with the New Orleans Saints. Greg played only one year, his senior year, behind Daniel, and should be drafted into the NFL this year.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, Doug Williams of the Washington Redskins is the only one. He completed 18 of 29 passes for a then Super Bowl record 340 yards which included an 80 yard pass to Ricky Sanders. He also tied the then Super Bowl record with four touchdown passes as the Redskins went on to win Superbowl XXII in January 1988, with Williams deservedly picking up the MVP.
Doug Williams was the starting QB for the Redskins in Super Bowl XXII. He had 18 completions in 29 attempts for 340 yards and 4 TDs with 1 INT. Williams was named Super Bowl MVP and became the first African American QB to start and win a Super Bowl. Schroeder got into the game temporarily when Williams went out with a minor knee injury in the second quarter. He attempted 1 pass and it was…
No. Since the NFL moved to a 16 game regular season schedule in 1978, the Redskins worst season was 3-13 in 1994. The Redskins have had two 1 win seasons in their history. In 1960, they went 1-9-2 and in 1961, when the NFL changed from a 12 game regular season to a 14 game regular season, the 'Skins went 1-12-1.
Who was the quarterback to lead his team to a Rose Bowl win in his college career and was on the only undefeated nfl super bowl championship team?
Through Super Bowl XLIII, Doug Williams of the Washington Redskins is the only one. He completed 18 of 29 passes for a then Super Bowl record 340 yards which included an 80 yard pass to Ricky Sanders. He also tied the then Super Bowl record with four touchdown passes as the Redskins went on to win Superbowl XXII in January 1988, with Williams deservedly picking up the MVP. I'm pretty sure Steve McNair one one…
Brad Johnson - According to wikipedia.com: " In 1999, Brad had the best season yet at Washington, making the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career with a 90.0 passer rating with 4,005 yards, 24 TDs and 13 INTs. His 316 completions set a Washington team record and his 4,005 passing yards ranks second all-time in Redskins history. He was also NFC Offensive Player of the Week twice that year again. He led…
The Lions have never been to the Super Bowl. They've won a few NFL Championships back in the 50s with Bobby Layne. They're best record in the modern era of the National Football League was 12-4 in 1991 when they went to the NFC Championship Game against the Washington Redskins, where they were blown out 41-10. They Redskins then went on to win the Super Bowl.
No, the only undefeated team in history was the 1972 Miami Dolphins, with quarterback Bob Griese, not Dan Marino. The '72 Dolphins went 17-0, which included all 14 regular season games, the two playoff games before the Super Bowl, and the Super Bowl, in which they defeated the Washington Redskins. So, NO, Dan Marino DID NOT ever go undefeated. And the New England Patriots.
On December 18, 2011, Washington defeated the New York Giants, 23-10, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The win gave the Redskins a sweep of their home-and-away series with the Giants. On September 11, Washington defeated the Giants 28-14 at FedEX Field in Landover, MD. The Giants went on to win the Super Bowl after the 2011 season.
The Washington Redskins beat the Denver Broncos by the score of 42-10 to win Super Bowl XXII. It was their second Super Bowl victory. The game was played in San Diego's Jack Murphy Stadium. Redskins QB Doug Williams went absolutely nuts in this game, passing for 4 touchdowns in the 2nd quarter alone to make the second half a rather anticlimactic half. Like the Redskins' first Super Bowl win in 1983, it came after a…
In the regular season, yes. The Chicago Bears had 2 undefeated regular seasons. In 1934 they were 13-0 and in 1942 they were 11-0. However, in both seasons they lost the NFL championship game. In 1934, they lost to the New York Giants and in 1942 they lost to the Washington Redskins. no the 1986 bears went undefeated in the regular seson but lost to the redskins