For the Redskins, 2013 hangs in the balance until we know more about the status of superstar quarterback Robert Griffin III. Without RGIII, the Redskins would have never won their final seven regular season games to win the NFC East and sneak into the playoffs. He was sensational in every way, and should he miss time or be less than his usual self, Washington will only be hurt by it.
Everyone knows a healthy RGIII is key in the Redskins' turn around staying down a positive road, however, but if/when he is under center, it does go beyond him, as well. With running back Alfred Morris keeping defenses honest with his bruising, one-cut style, the only other question is if the gritty defense we saw down the stretch will become the norm, or if it will regress.
Keeping that all in mind, we take a look at Washington's most expensive games for 2013, as well as their cheaper home games:
Redskins Home Avg: $254
Redskins Top-Priced Games For 2013
- Week 16 - Dallas Cowboys (Avg Price: $377 | Get-in Price: $86)
- Week 12 - San Francisco 49ers (Avg Price: $290 | Get-in Price: $59)
- Week 1 - Philadelphia Eagles (Avg Price: $284 | Get-in Price: $76)
Redskins Top Value Games For 2013
- Week 14 - Kansas City Chiefs (Avg Price: $177 | Get-in Price: $44)
- Week 9 - San Diego Chargers (Avg Price: $178 | Get-in Price: $48)
You can talk all day, but Washington's 2013 season is ultimately all about RGIII. Is he going to be ready for week one? Will the Redskins rush him back too soon? Will he be the same player? These questions will all be answered with time, and if they're positive answers, the Redskins will once again be in contention for the division and a playoff spot.