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2016 Schedule
9-7, 1st in NFC East

How do opponents view Kirk Cousins?

Washington's starting QB isn't quite a star, but he's given NFC East rivals plenty of trouble. Dan Graziano breaks it down.

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Josh Norman cashed in big

Hitting the market late didn't prevent Norman from landing an extremely friendly deal. Not only will he average $15 million per year, but he gets $37 million by the end of 2017. Player-friendly contracts (Insider)


How do rivals see the Eagles' QB group?

Philadelphia did more at quarterback this offseason than many teams do in a decade. Did the Eagles' moves make any waves around the division? Dan Graziano answers.

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Washington has a bargain in Kerrigan

He might be just short of stardom, but Ryan Kerrigan has been consistently productive in D.C., making him well worth his contract. Friendly contracts (Insider)

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Washington wants another NFC East title

The Redskins come off an awesome season and hope to defend their NFC East title -- but it won't be easy. That said, they will need a reliable QB to get them there and in the offseason they made it clear Kirk Cousins is their guy.

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D.C. among longest-suffering cities

Not since Mark Rypien led Washington over Buffalo in Super Bowl XXVI has D.C. triumphed in a major professional sport. According to Bill Barnwell, only three cities are mired in more miserable active streaks. Sports Misery Index

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Gruden dominated in the arena

Redskins head coach Jay Gruden left the University of Louisville as the school's all-time leading passer (7,024). After a year in the WLAF and two years as a college coach, he tried out Arena Football League, where he became one of the best players in league history. Ranking all 32 NFL coaches as players

The most championship-starved cities (1:08)
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Skins' defensive tripod needs another leg

The duo of Josh Norman and Ryan Kerrigan is one of the league's best on defense, but it's hard to find another standout in Washington's unit. That holds the Redskins back on Bill Barnwell's list. Ranking defensive triplets


Washington is coming in hot

After a stellar season under Kirk Cousins, the question begs to be answered: Can the Redskins be viewed as an up-and-coming team or was last year just a flash in the pan? Dan Graziano breaks it down.


Would foes prefer Kelly to Pederson?

Chip Kelly gave some divisional opponents (looking at you, Giants) fits, but others had figured him out after three years. Dan Graziano breaks down the effect of the change to Doug Pederson.

Redskins unlikely to extend anyone but Cousins (1:14)
Will Kirk Cousins regress in fantasy this season? (1:35)
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Redskins' defensive line has a lot to prove

While plenty of Redskins have something to prove in 2016, the defensive line, which returns mostly intact, needs to step up against the run.

Team Stats

Passing Yards255.911th
Rushing Yards97.920th
Points For24.310th
Points Against23.717th

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