Washington Redskins Tickets
QB Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins are pumped for the 2016 season. Starting this year off strong with healthy players should give the team the extra boost it needs to win an NFC East title and make it to the NFL playoffs. Along with Cousins, the Skins offense features talented receivers DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon and running back Matt Jones. A steady coaching staff, led by head coach Jay Gruden, should help Washington pile up even more wins in the division. Redskins tickets are on sale now so you can be a part of the action at FedEx Field! Choose Razorgator for the best prices this upcoming season and claim your spot in the stands today.
Washington Redskins Ticket Information
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When Is The Best Time To Buy Washington Redskins Tickets?
Washington Redskins tickets are available as soon as the Redskins schedule is announced. If you don’t want to miss out on the best seats this season, get tickets today in the section you want before they sell out at FedEx Field. Redskins NFC East divisional matchups are always the most popular tickets, including Redskins vs Cowboys tickets, Redskins vs Giants tickets and Redskins vs Cowboys tickets. Washington Redskins playoff tickets will be available if and when the Redskins advance to the NFL postseason. Razorgator has many Washington Redskins digital tickets for games at FedEx Field too, which are available to purchase up until kickoff and are conveniently delivered to your email. So, even when you need to buy last minute Redskins tickets, we’ve got you covered!
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Washington Redskins News
Despite the fact that the Vikings have been in a downward spiral for a month now, the Washington Redskins weren’t ready to take it easy against the former No. 1 team. After losing two weeks in a row, Washington knew that stopping Minnesota’s passing game was crucial to scoring a win. Although they were largely able to accomplish that goal, the Vikes kept things interesting by nearly scoring with less than a minute to go. Huge defensive plays from Trent Murphy and Preston Smith in the final seconds kept the Redskins on top 26-20 for the win. Up next, Washington welcomes the Packers to FedEx Field. Tickets for Sunday, Nov. 20, can be purchased now for only $32 and up!
The Washington Redskins have yet to play in the month of November, and their last game ended in an unlikely manner – a tie. On October 30 the Redskins went up against the Cincinnati Bengals for a nail-biting game. This game was unique because it was played over in London as the NFL schedules a few games over there each year. This didn’t stop either team from battling to the finish for the victory. Kirk Cousins for the Redskins complete 458 passing yards to help the Redskins get 27 points up on the board. While Eifert, from the Bengals completed 102 receiving yards. Both teams put their best foot forward, but neither team was able to score in overtime.
Ties are rare in the NFL, but that was the result of Oct. 30’s game between the Washington Redskins and the Cincinnati Bengals. The teams traveled across the Atlantic to play the game in London, and neither team was happy on the long flight home. With just over two minutes to play, Dustin Hopkins missed a field goal from 34 yards that would have given Washington the win. In overtime, both teams failed to score, resulting in the tie. For Week 9, the Redskins have a bye and will take some time to rest and heal before Nov. 13’s home game against the Vikings. Tickets for that contest can be purchased now for $52 and up.
It finally happened: The Washington Redskins ended their four-game winning streak last weekend against the Detroit Lions. This was a surprise for many fans, especially after the Redskins had managed to defeat the fierce Philadelphia Eagles just one week prior. Playing at Ford Field proved difficult for a visiting Washington team, who struggling to keep pace with the Lions throughout the game. Ultimately, the home team seized the victory in a tight 20 - 17 result. Now, Kirk Cousins and the Redskins will hit the road to face the Cincinnati Bengals before returning home to meet with the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, November 13. Tickets to that game are $51 and up.
The Washington Redskins added to their winning streak to make it four in a row hen they beat the Eagles 27-20 on October 16. The Redskins led through most of the game, although the Eagles kept things close. Despite the Eagles having one of the best defenses, the Redskins' offense was strong. Kirk Cousins completed 18 of 34 passes for a total of 263 yards and two touchdowns. Matt Jones, Chris Thompson and Robert Kelley worked together for a three person running attack that added up to 231 yards and a touchdown. The Redskins will look to continue their winning ways when they head to Detroit to play the Lions on October 23. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $30.
Three wins in a row has been a welcome occurrence for the Washington Redskins, who jumped to No. 15 in the NFL rankings with their 16-10 win over the Baltimore Ravens Sunday night. A strong performance from the Washington defense kept the Ravens scoreless in the second half, and Kirk Cousins was able to hit Pierre Garcon for the winning touchdown pass in the third quarter. In Week 6, the Redskins are set to host the Philadelphia Eagles at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. The Sunday (Oct. 16) game is scheduled for a 1:00 P.M. kickoff time. Tickets are now on sale with prices starting at $84—get yours today!
After winning two in a row and brining their record to 2-2, the Washington Redskins are hoping to beat .500 this week as they take on the Baltimore Ravens. In two consecutive weeks, the Redskins have lost both their starting safeties, prompting the team to bring in free agents Josh Evans and Donte Whitner to practice with the team this week. The Washington defense is hoping that bringing in fresh players will allow them to continue their winning streak in Week 5. Tickets for Sunday’s game (Oct. 9) at M&T Bank Stadium are available for purchase now! Get your upper level end zone seats now for $112 or your upper level sideline seats for $135 and up.
Just when it looked like the Washington Redskins were going to fall to a depressing 0 - 3 overall record, they managed to pull out a close victory against the New York Giants. Even more impressive was the fact that they did it on the road! Quarterback Kirk Cousins was finally able to figure out his passing game, making play after play to take home the win. Now, they will return home to FedEx Field to host the Cleveland Brown. This should be another great opportunity for the Redskins to flex their muscles, so be there this Sunday! Tickets to the game are on sale and available for $29 and up.
Defending the run became a prominent issue for the Washington Redskins after Week 1’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. While much of the team’s focus was placed on keeping Ben Roethlisberger cornered, DeAngelo Williams was more or less free to run the field as he pleased. Williams had two touchdowns and 143 yards rushing in Pittsburgh’s 38-16 victory. Week 2 will be key for Washington, as the Redskins are due to face Dallas, a team with two great runners on the roster. That game will happen Sunday, Sept. 18, at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. We have great seats available now—pick up a pair today! Prices start at $87.
The biggest question for the Washington Redskins this season is if Kirk Cousins is going to be able to pull off being a fantastic quarterback. Even though this is Cousins fifth season in the NFL, it seems as if the Redskins organization is still holding their breath to see if he can really deliver for the team. Last year Cousins led the Redskins to win the NFC East title, but Cousins and the team organization couldn’t agree upon a contract during the offseason so Cousins is going to have to impress and prove himself all over again. Get your tickets today to be in on all of the action. Tickets for their first home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 12 are still available.
The third preseason game saw a matchup of the Washington Redskins and the Buffalo Bills, two teams whose stars may be on the rise. The ‘Skins got the best of the matchup, putting the Bills away in a 21-16 win, and with each passing week this Washington team seems takes another step towards silencing the doubters. Kirk Cousins is ready to be taken seriously as a top-tier quarterback, and the Redskins’ defense is better than most NFL fans give it credit for. The team will face a serious test when Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers come to town for the season opener on September 12. Seats are still available for that Monday night matchup, with tickets starting as low as $73.
As the second week of training camp draws to a close, the Washington Redskins are getting closer to locking down their 53-man roster. Although team coaches and managers already had a pretty good grasp of who would be in the starting lineup, the practice season has made it clear that some changes need to be made. Kirk Cousins and Cold McCoy were always at the top of the running for the quarterback positions, but a great performance from Nate Sudfeld in the preseason opener have many thinking he should be included in the final cut. Get an eye on all the action this Friday, Aug. 19, when Washington welcomes the New York Jets to FedEx Field.
While the Washington Redskins limped into the playoffs last year, coming in first in a weak NFC East, the team has reason to believe it can build off of that run and repeat this year as division champs. The club seems excited to move forward with Kirk Cousins, who completed all five of the passes he threw while seeing limited action in the first preseason game on August 11. There’s still work to be done with regards to the team finding a true identity, but this young roster certainly has the talent to reach the playoffs. Washington will face a serious preseason test on August 26 when the Buffalo Bills come to town, and tickets for that game start as low as $8.
The biggest news out of the Washington Redskins this week is that a laptop was stolen that belonged to one of the trainers. On the laptop were medical records for thousands of NFL players, not just the Redskins. The league believes that none of the personal information of the players was stolen. This week also saw the Redskins back on the field for the second week, although the practices are still voluntary. Every player was on the field except for DeSean Jackson, who is training in California. The team will have its first mandatory minicamp in a couple of weeks. Fans can already get tickets to the games, with prices starting at $11.
Washington Cowboys Matchups
Redskins vs Cowboys Tickets
Redskins vs Cowboys is unequivocally the greatest rivalry in the National Football League. The Redskins best years in this rivalry were in the 1980’s wherein they won three NFL championships and beat the Cowboys in the postseason on January 22nd 1983 en route to their first Super Bowl championship. Or who can forget when Mavericks guard Darrell Armstrong proclaimed, “How bout those Redskins!” when the Redskins routed the Cowboys 35-7 in the worst loss of Bill Parcells’ coaching career. If the Redskins are to reclaim their former glory they will need to defeat the Cowboys when they host them on September 18th at FedEx Field.
Redskins vs Giants Tickets
Redskins vs Giants is a historic rivalry that stretches back into the 1930’s when the Boston Braves took the game over the New York Giants 14 to 6. Wellington Mara, the Giants longtime owner, once stated that the Redskins are the Giants truest rival. While New York has a slight edge in the rivalry over the years it would appear that the 70’s and 80’s were the best years for the Redskins wherein they went 24-17 over the New York Giants. If the Redskins are to repeat their divisional success they’ll need to be ready when they host the Giants on New Year’s Day at FedEx Field.
Redskins vs Eagles Tickets
Redskins vs Eagles is one of the premier matchups in the NFL having met a whopping 164 times. The rivalry started way back in 1934 when the then Boston Redskins beat the Eagles 6 to nothing. It’s no secret who has the edge as Redskins fans know they have an 84-74-6 overall record with the Redskins having won three in a row dating back to 2014. If the Redskins have a chance to take the division behind Kirk Cousins they’ll need to be ready when they host the Eagles on October 16 at FedEx Field in Landover Maryland.
Washington Redskins Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels
Need to know when the Washington Redskins are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 Washington Redskins schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
|1||Mon, Sep 12||vs Pittsburgh||7:10 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|2||Sun, Sep 18||vs Dallas||1:00 PM FOX|
|3||Sun, Sep 25||@ New York||1:00 PM FOX|
|4||Sun, Oct 2||vs Cleveland||1:00 PM CBS|
|5||Sun, Oct 9||@ Baltimore||1:00 PM FOX|
|6||Sun, Oct 16||vs Philadelphia||1:00 PM FOX|
|7||Sun, Oct 23||@ Detroit||1:00 PM FOX|
|8||Sun, Oct 30||@ Cincinnati||9:30 AM FOX|
|9||BYE WEEK|| || |
|10||Sun, Nov 13||vs Minnesota||1:00 PM FOX|
|11||Sun, Nov 20||vs Green Bay||8:30 PM NBC|
|12||Thu, Nov 24||@ Dallas||4:30 PM FOX|
|13||Sun, Dec 4||@ Arizona||4:25 PM FOX|
|14||Sun, Dec 11||@ Philadelphia||1:00 PM FOX|
|15||Mon, Dec 19||vs Carolina||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|16||Sat, Dec 24||@ Chicago||1:00 PM FOX|
|17||Sun, Jan 1||vs New York||1:00 PM FOX|