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Washington Redskins Tickets
Washington Redskins Tickets - Description
The Washington Redskins play at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, in front of sold-out crowds. Entering the league in 1932, the team has made over 20 playoff appearances; this includes 12 division titles and five conference championships. With Owner Dan Snyder at the helm, the Washington Redskins have won three Super Bowl championships from 1982 to 1991. Before the Super Bowl era, the Redskins won a championship in 1937 and once again in 1942.
What to expect at an Washington Redskins Game
When planning to see the Redskins live at FedEx Field, expect temperatures to remain pleasant, especially in late summer and early fall. Winter in D.C. is seasonably cool; however, the area receives more rain and sleet than snow. Before or after the game, dine in the Capitol Hill neighborhood at restaurants such as the Bistro Bis, the Monocle and Charlie Palmer Steak. Fans are allowed to tailgate anywhere using a single parking spot but will be asked to park as close to the front as possible; the back of the parking lot is reserved for tailgaters using more than one spot.
Washington Redskins FedEx Field
FedEx Field, home of the Washington Redskins, is located in the suburb of Landover, MD. Situated roughly 10 miles northeast of Washington, D.C., the stadium opened in 1997, moving the team from its former quarters at RFK Stadium. A dedicated exit was built off the Capital Beltway to accommodate traffic to the stadium, which has a current seating capacity of 82,000, making it the second largest NFL venue. Originally named for former Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke, FedEx Stadium sometimes hosts music concerts and other sporting events.
Washington Redskins 2011 Team Outlook
It’s always a battle in the NFC East, and this season is no different. Coach Mike Shanahan has revamped the Washington Redskins roster to focus more on youth and enthusiasm than age and experience. The Redskins picked up 12 players in the draft, including outside linebacker/defensive end Ryan Kerrigan from Purdue. The team has addressed needs on its 3-4 defense and rejuvenated offense. Fans hoping for a typical Washington quarterback controversy will not be disappointed as Coach Shanahan strives to reclaim offensive dominance. Look for the Redskins to finish comfortably in the middle of the pack.