The results are in for best individual performance of 2012 and YOU voted QB Robert Griffin III’s four touchdown game vs. Dallas on Thanksgiving Day.
Next up: ‘Best Touchdown Celebration of 2012’. The following are choices that, due to popular demand, we deemed as some of the most memorable, recognizable, and trend-setting touchdown celebrations of 2012. So without further ado we have: Read more »
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Nine games into the 2012 season, the Redskins appeared dead in the water, sitting at 3-6 and the playoffs a near impossibility.
Entering the bye week, it looked like the team had little to play for, trailing the defending Super Bowl Champion New York Giants by three games in the division. As the temperatures began to drop in the DMV, Washington appeared destined for another chilly winter without playoff football.
Fast-forward seven game, and the Redskins had surged to their first division crown since 1999 in front of a title-hungry, sellout crowd at FedExField. The rest is history: the team’s first NFC East title and home playoff game in 13 years.
The remarkable run the team endured at the end of the regular-season was one of the greatest in history and will not be forgotten for quite some time. A division title, however, is now in the back of the players minds as they focus on fulfilling next year’s goal of a fourth Super Bowl in team history.
Redskins fans know that continued success isn’t a guarantee. It took 13 years to see the team they love play in a home playoff game. However, history shows that long droughts between division titles can lead to greater success in seasons that follow.
Find out how other teams that endured long division title droughts fared here:
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Last week we previewed the 2013 Pro Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii by showing you how the Redskins players were spending their time preparing for the NFC/AFC Showdown. As many of you already know the NFC won by a score of 62-35 – 62 points is the highest scoring output by any one team, surpassing last year’s AFC total of 59 points. Anyway, here’s how the Redskins players represented along with their reactions following the game:
LB Lorenzo Alexander: Led the NFC team with 5 total tackles and 1 tackle for a loss:
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