Redskins By The (Jersey) Numbers

Redskins By the (Jersey) Numbers -- #32

The saga continues...appreciating Redskins history one jersey number at a time.

Washington Redskins By the Numbers - #30 Brian Mitchell

Brian Mitchell led the Washington Redskins on Special Teams, but was also a fiery trash talker that inspired his teammates to follow him no matter what the score was at the time.

Washington Redskins By The Numbers - #29 Mark Murphy

Redskins By The Numbers returns with #29 and a look at the impact Mark Murphy had on this franchise.

Washington Redskins By the Numbers:#28 - Darrell Green Interview - updated

Darrell Green left a lasting legacy with the Washington Redskins. Here is our salute to #28 in our ongoing series of Redskins By the Numbers.

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #27 - Brad Edwards, Fred Smoot

Free Agency has always been a Redskins thing, right? Well, not really. When Joe Gibbs was taking teams to Super Bowls, the most important thing they did was to pursue their own idea of 'team' and...

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #26 - Clinton Portis

Well, we waited about as long as we could for the Clinton Portis interview to materialize. We simply cannot keep the numbers frozen at #25 forever. #26 - Clinton Portis There are some choices at...

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #25 - Joe Washington, Wil Nieves

Who? Wil Nieves. Moving on. #25 Joe Washington I have to give the nod to this running back who played with the team from 1981-1984. What he lacked in size he made up for with speed and agility....

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #24 - Champ Bailey, Kelvin Bryant

I struggled with this one a little. As a kid watching those Gibbs teams make short work of regular season opponents on their way to the "second season", I remember Kelvin Bryant doing some things...

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #23 - Todd Bowles, DeAngelo Hall

When D Hall intercepted that ball against the Cowgirls in his first game as a Redskin, it took a second to register what was happening. After all, it had been a while since we had seen that kind...

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #22 - Carlos Rogers, Curtis Jordan

We have fallen behind...ok, I have fallen behind. For a series that was designed to help us mine content during the offseason, we have found ways to make articles about forgotten kickers fun...to...

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Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #21 - Sean Taylor, Why We Say "We" (Interview Larry Coker)

Today we get to #21--Sean Taylor--in our ongoing series of Redskins By the Numbers. We interview his former college coach, and talk about the link between the way Sean Taylor played and the reason why we take being fans so seriously.

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #20 - Tiger Woods, Chad Johnson, Lindsay Lohan

Answer: Tiger Woods, Chad Johnson, and Lindsay Lohan Question: Who are three people who have never been in my kitchen? (long live Cliffie) It has been a while since the Skins had a truly great...

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #19 - Anthony Mix or Tom Tupa?

If Facebook and Gmail gags are the home runs for Hogs Haven, and the By the Numbers articles are the base hits, then the #19 slot is like a hit batsman. It gets us on base, but when you watch the...

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #18 - Sam Wyche (yeah, THAT Sam Wyche)

Sam Wyche was a great coach for the Cincinnati Bengals, but he also wore #18 for the Washington Redskins, backing up Sonny Jurgensen and Billy Kilmer in the early 70's. His playing career was unspectacular, but his no-huddle offense was revolutionary and his post-game conferences were amazing.

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #17 - Doug Williams or Billy Kilmer

As we look at Redskins players who wore the number 17, we focus on Doug Williams and Billy Kilmer and talk about the kinds of players they were on the field. We also address the controversies each were a part of in a town that loves its QB controversies.

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #16 -

Cop-out time. There are a few #16's out there worth considering. There are a few that I simply don't know enough about to passionately argue for on this list. I'll put some of these out there, and...

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #15 - Todd Collins

A continuing analysis of current and former Redskins by jersey number. Today we arrive at #15, and feature Todd Collins, spending time talking about his significant impact on the playoff race in the winter of 2007.

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #14 - Brad Johnson (Interview with Max Zendejas)

A review of the Redskins that wore #14 and specifically comparing the exit of Brad Johnson to that of Jon Jansen.

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #13

Washington Redskins by the jersey numbers: #13

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #12

Washington Redskins by the jersey numbers: #12

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #11

Washington Redskins by the Jersey Numbers: #11

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #10

Washington Redskins by the (jersey) numbers: #10

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #9

Washington Redskins by the jersey numbers: #9

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #8

Washington Redskins by the (Jersey) Numbers: #8

Washington Redskins By the Numbers: #7

Washington Redskins by the (Jersey) Numbers: #7

Washington Redskins By The Numbers: #6

Making our way, in jersey numbers, from 1-99 of some of our favorite (or otherwise noteworthy) Redskins

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