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Sports Radio 850 and 965 is the home for the Washington Football Team in 2020! Game day coverage starts with the full pregame show brought to you by the Redskins Radio Network.  Stay tuned after the game for post game coverage!! The 2020 season is the Washington Football Team’s 89th in the National Football League and their first year under head coach Ron Rivera. This season also marks the first time the team was not known as the Redskins since its inaugural 1932 season as the Braves. A permanent name will be chosen after the season. This year coach Rivera is looking to improve their 3-13 record from 2019 and hope to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2015.  Catch all the live action on Sports Radio 850 and 965.

Ron Rivera enters his 24th NFL season and his first as the head coach of the Washington Football Team after being named the 30th head coach in franchise history on Jan. 1, 2020.

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2020 Regular Schedule

Week Date Time Opponent Result
1 SEP 12 1:00PM CHARGERS LOSS 20-16
2 SEP 16 8:20PM GIANTS WIN 30-29
3 SEP 26 1:00PM @ BILLS LOSS 43-21
4 OCT 3 1:00PM @ FALCONS WIN 34-30
5 OCT 10 1:00PM SAINTS LOSS 33-22
6 OCT 17 1:00PM CHIEFS LOSS 31-13
7 OCT 24 1:00PM @ PACKERS LOSS 10-24
8 OCT 31 4:25PM @ BRONCOS LOSS 17-10
9 BYE WEEK
10 NOV 14 1:00PM BUCCANEERS WIN 29-19
11 NOV 21 1:00PM @ PANTHERS WIN 27-21
12 NOV 29 8:15PM SEAHAWKS WIN 17-15
13 DEC 5 4:05PM @ RAIDERS
14 DEC 12 1:00PM COWBOYS
15 TBD @EAGLES
16 DEC 26 8:20PM @ COWBOYS
17 JAN 2 1:00PM EAGLES
18 JAN 9 1:00PM GIANTS

Washington Football History

One of the NFL’s oldest and most-storied franchises, the Washington Football Team were founded in 1932 as the Boston Braves. The team changed its name to the Redskins in 1933, and in 1937, the team relocated to Washington, D.C. and immediately won the first of its five World Championships. In addition to NFL Championship Game victories in 1937 and 1942, the Redskins have won three Super Bowls, culminating their 1982, 1987 and 1991 seasons with Super Bowl titles. The team changed their name to the Washington Football Team in 2020.

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