The Washington Redskins’ season could be over.
If not, the NFL might soon be faced with a serious question: Are they ready to contend for a playoff spot?
The Redskins were the latest team to fall on the way to the postseason this season, and the team’s lack of postseason success, combined with the NFL Players Association’s protests over the anthem protests, has raised questions about how long the team can go without being in the playoffs.
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder and general manager Scot McCloughan have spent the offseason trying to convince owner Dan Snyder and owner Daniel and his owners, Dan Snyder, Dan’s brother Scot McClan, and Dan Snyder himself to spend more time playing in the postseason.
It’s a strategy that could cost the team a playoff berth, and it would be a huge blow to the franchise.
The Redskins have been the NFLs most consistent winning team since they joined the league in 1999.
They’ve been the league’s best team each of the last three seasons, and have won six Super Bowls.
They won the Super Bowl in 2017, and in 2018 they won the title.
They were also the best team in the NFL in 2019, and won the NFC East in 2020.
The Redskins are one of just four teams in NFL history to finish a season in the top four in every major offensive category and in every other offensive category.
That’s the best record in the league since the league moved from a six-team playoff format to a three-team system in 2021.
The 2016 Redskins were one of only five teams to win the Super Cup.
They also won Super Bowl XLVI in the 2017 season.
They’ve been among the best teams in the AFC, NFC East, and Western Conference for most of the past three seasons.
They have the second-most points in the NFC, fourth in the West, and fifth in the East.
They had the second best winning percentage in the conference in 2019.
The 2018 Redskins were a dominant force in the regular season, winning 11 of their first 12 games and taking home the division title.
The team finished with a record of 6-10 and was the only team in NFL History to win 10 consecutive games in the division.
This season, the Redskins have played better than any other team in history.
They’re winning games on the road and in the preseason.
They haven’t lost a playoff game since April 2, and they have an average of 8.1 points per game.
They finished in the bottom half of the league for scoring in 2019 and the top 10 for scoring at any point in the season for the first time in NFL playoff history.
The 2017 Redskins finished the year with the third-highest average points per possession in the playoff era.
This offseason, McCloughans decision to keep Ryan Kerrigan on the roster in favor of undrafted rookie Robert Griffin III has left some wondering if the Redskins should give him another shot at playing.
The rookie quarterback was the most accurate passer in the 2018 season, completing 67.9 percent of his passes with an accuracy rating of 97.5 percent.
He was the best quarterback in the Pro Bowl last season.
He led the Redskins to the NFC championship game and won his first Super Bowl ring.
The team’s quarterback depth is limited, but the Redskins are still able to make some impressive plays.
The best player on the team in 2018 was RGIII, who had a passer rating of 100.3.
He threw for 4,863 yards, 17 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions, and rushed for 1,619 yards, 18 touchdowns, five interceptions, with a total of 4,094 yards, 34 touchdowns, nine interceptions, a passer Rating of 87.8.
He also had a rushing touchdown.
The offensive line has been solid, but there’s also a lot of pressure on Kerrigan to make plays.
He has missed four games this season with a fractured ankle, and is still rehabbing from the injury.
The first-year quarterback needs to make more big plays.
If you’re looking for the Redskins team to be an absolute force in 2017 and the year ahead, look no further than RGIII.
He’s the quarterback that could be the best in the National Football League.
McCloughans strategy could have far-reaching effects.
It could affect other teams, too.
Teams that want to make a run at the playoffs might decide to move on from Griffin and replace him with someone who can be a little more versatile.
McCloughains strategy could also impact the Redskins if they’re able to sign another QB, something they could do if the team is in the race to get to the Superbowl.
The last time the Redskins won the division was in 2019 when they beat the Steelers and then the Seahawks.
This season, they’ve lost four games in a row to the Patriots and Cowboys, and were beaten by the Bears in Week 13.
The loss was the first in the past six years for the team.
The 2016 season was a disaster