Washington Redskins Greatest Moments Of All Time Part 1 ᴴᴰ

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  1. I'd replace (or add) some of the more recent ones with older, more important moments, like the goal line stand in the 87 NFC Title game, Darrell Green's playoff punt-return vs. Chicago where he hurdled a defender and hurt his ribs, Art Monk's record breaking catch in 1992 vs. Denver, and Darryl Grant's clinching INT vs. Dallas in the 82 title game. Oh, and the Seat Cushion game!

  2. Redskins are pretty much done to me. I’ve been dealing with stupidity from the top down for years now. I’m tired of mediocrity for what, 25 years now. Get rid of the top receivers one year and let the QB walk the next year, then sign a guy on his way down for what you could keep the guy on the way up for? I’m tired of the Snyder years. Jack Kent-Cooke wasn’t an idiot, and what has happened since he died is a travesty.

  3. Mosley's record kick to beat the Giants Dexter Manley clocking Danny White George Allen's over the hill gang topping Dallas in 72 Vince Lombardi and the first winning season in forever Slingin' Sammy Baugh upsetting the juggernaut Bears not to mention his 4td 4int game (int as a defender) Jay Shrader coming off the bench to win the Thiesmen game Jeff Rutledge and the greatest Skins comeback and the replacement Skins stunning the Cowboys and their regulars on Monday night and that's off the top of my head

  4. I remember Sonny Jurgensen pulling one out against the Miami Dolphins in 1974 with1:05 left. 20-17. Had he not been injured and played in Super Bowl VII, the Miami Dolphins would never been undefeated in 1972 and that would have been the Redskins Super Bowl win 10 years before Super Bowl XVII against the Miami Dolphins. Both times they beat the Dallas Cowboys to get there.

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