Enjoy a Washington Redskins game in a luxury suite at FedEx Field
The message in Washington has been heard loud and clear around the league; Kirk Cousins is the franchise quarterback going forward. After winning the job over former Heisman Trophy winner and former number two overall draft pick Robert Griffin III, Cousins put together a magnificent season in 2015, racking up impressive statistics such as franchise records for most completions and yards in a season. Two touchdown passes shy of the Redskins single season record, Cousins led the team to an NFC East title and a playoff berth against the Green Bay Packers. Despite the playoff loss, the management felt they had their answer at QB and cut Griffin in the offseason.
2016 promises to be a season to watch as third year head coach Jay Gruden strives to repeat as division champions. Cousins has to be pleased as he looks around the huddle, calling plays to tight end Jordan Reed and star receivers DeSean Jackson, Pierre Garcon, and Jamison Crowder. Fans in attendance at FedEx Field, especially those viewing the field from a Redskins suite, are in for some great football action.
Winners of three Super Bowls, the dedicated crowd that inhabits the stadium on Sundays in Washington cheers on their team with unmatched fervor. Washington fans come out to FedEx Field in droves to support their beloved hometown football team.
It has been 25 years since the Lombardi Trophy came to DC and this year’s squad hopes to cement themselves in the burgundy and gold lore with a Super Bowl victory. Facing stiff opposition in an extremely competitive NFC East, Cousins and company will need to be firing on all cylinders from September until February if they hope to end the season with confetti and a ticker tape parade downtown Washington, DC.
Legends of the past for the Washington Reskins include Sammy Baugh, Sonny Jurgensen, Joe Theissman, Art Monk, John Riggins, and Darrell Green. For more information about the Washington Redskins click here.