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The Washington Redskins are currently members of the East Division of the NFC. They were established in 1932 and have since played over 1,000 games. They currently play their home games at the FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. According to Forbes Magazine the Redskins are the second most v... More

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The Washington Redskins are currently members of the East Division of the NFC. They were established in 1932 and have since played over 1,000 games. They currently play their home games at the FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. According to Forbes Magazine the Redskins are the second most valuable franchise in the NFL just behind the Dallas Cowboys. In the Redskin's very successful history the team has had twenty two playoff appearances, won twelve Division Championships and won five Conference Championships. They also won two NFL Championships prior to the merger and have since one three Super Bowl Championships. They have not made the playoffs, however, since 2007.

The 2011 Washington Redskins failed to improve on their 2010 record and did not qualify for the playoffs. They finished fourth in the NFC East with a record of 5-11. This year they hope to make it back into playoff contention. Their most valuable players include tackle Trent Williams, cornerback DeAngelo Hall, wide receiver Pierre Garcon, defensive tackle Barry Cofield, defensive end Stephen Bowen, quarterback Robert Griffin III, and guard Chris Chester.