Fans with Washington Redskins tickets are witnessing a turnaround of the franchise’s culture in 2017. After recent free agent flops like Albert Haynesworth and Donovan McNabb, the Washington Redskins have seen their glory reborn through the NFL Draft. The RG3 era may not have worked out, but QB Kirk Cousins has the makings of a franchise quarterback.
Whether the Washington Redskins are grinding it out on the road or dominating at home in FedEx Field, ‘Skins fans won’t want to miss the Redskins as they rally once again for another Super Bowl bid in 2017. Order your Washington Redskins tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
With a history including Joe Gibbs era dominance, three Super Bowl wins, and a popularity matched by few teams, the Washington Redskins have always been one of the top teams in the NFL. With this legacy of success and with a reputation for spending whatever it takes to win, the arrival of draft-first coach Mike Shanahan in 2009 was certainly a cut against the grade. This slow burn has finally paid off big time however, as the young roster has taken the Washington Redskins from doormats to NFC East Champions in 2012. An injury to RG3 put the ‘Skins in a tailspin, leading to the firing of Mike Shanahan. New head coach Jay Gruden took the helm in 2014, reforging the team in his image, along with a new quarterback in Kirk Cousins.
Taken in the same draft as RG3, Kirk Cousins has outlasted the hyped prospect, taking over as the starting quarterback of the Redskins. With a big arm and a good head on his shoulders, Kirk Cousins can make all the plays that Jay Gruden’s offense needs. The Redskins are loaded with offensive talent like WR Terrelle Prior, TE Vernon Davis, TE Jordan Reed, and RB Rob Kelley. Bookend OLBs Ryan Kerrigan and Preston Smith lead the Washington Redskin’s 3-4 defense, and could both have double-digit sacks. CB Josh Norman was the biggest free agent of the 2016 offseason, and is a true shutdown corner.
After acquiring a bunch of talent in the offseason, the Washington Redskins are ready to return to form, and could certainly contend in the wide-open NFC East. Outside of the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, and New York Giants, the ‘Skins will also face the NFC West, with teams like the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals.
The beautiful FedExField serves as the home turf for the Washington Redskins. Located in Landover, Maryland, FedExField is always packed to the gills with up to 90,000 screaming fans at a time. Whether the Washington Redskins are wreaking havoc at home or on the road, order premium Washington Redskins tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!