2019 Washington Redskins Season
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2019 Washington Redskins Season
2019 Washington Redskins season
OwnerDaniel Snyder
Head coachJay Gruden (fired after 0-5 record)
Bill Callahan (interim, 3-8 record)
PresidentBruce Allen
Offensive coordinatorKevin O'Connell
Defensive coordinatorGreg Manusky
Home fieldFedExField
Results
Record3-13
Division place4th NFC East
Playoff finishDid not qualify
Pro BowlersG Brandon Scherff
P Tress Way
AP All-ProsP Tress Way (2nd team)
Uniform
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The 2019 season was the Washington Redskins' 88th in the National Football League (NFL) and their sixth and final under head coach Jay Gruden. After five straight losses to open the season, their worst since 2001, the team fired Gruden and appointed offensive line coach Bill Callahan as interim head coach. The team finished 3-13, matching their worst 16-game record from the 1994 and 2013 seasons, which was the league's second-worst record that year, ahead of only the 2-14 Cincinnati Bengals.

The team's 3-13 record dropped the team to a combined record of 4-19 following Alex Smith's season-ending injury against the Houston Texans the previous season; Washington had entered that game at 6-3. Smith returned to the active roster in 2020.

Following the season's end, team president Bruce Allen and several others were also fired.[1] This was also the final season the team was known as the Redskins, as they retired the name and logo following the season after years of controversy regarding it.[2][3]

NFL Draft

2019 Washington Redskins draft
Round Pick Player Position College Notes
1 15 Dwayne Haskins  QB Ohio State
1 26 Montez Sweat  OLB Mississippi State
3 76 Terry McLaurin  WR Ohio State
4 112 Bryce Love  RB Stanford
4 131 Wes Martin  G Indiana
5 153 Ross Pierschbacher  C Alabama
5 173 Cole Holcomb  LB North Carolina
6 206 Kelvin Harmon  WR NC State
7 227 Jimmy Moreland  CB James Madison
7 253 Jordan Brailford  OLB Oklahoma State
      Made roster    +   Pro Football Hall of Fame    *   Made at least one Pro Bowl during career

Notes

  • Washington traded their fourth-round selection to the Green Bay Packers in exchange for safety Ha Ha Clinton Dix, and forfeited their sixth-round selection after selecting cornerback Adonis Alexander in the 2018 supplemental draft.
  • As the result of a negative differential of free agent signings and departures that Washington experienced during the 2018 free agency period, the team was projected to receive three compensatory selections for the 2019 draft. Exact numbers of the selections from rounds 4-7 is be determined when compensatory selections are awarded at the NFL's annual spring owners' meetings.[4]
  • Washington was awarded four compensatory picks including their second selections in rounds 3, 5 and 7 and their sole pick in round 6.[5]
  • Washington traded their second-round selection to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for the 26th overall selection in the 2019 NFL Draft and a second round selection in the 2020 NFL Draft.[6]
  • Washington traded their third-round compensatory selection (pick 96) to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for picks 112 and 131 in the 2019 NFL Draft.[7]

Staff

Final roster

Preseason

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site NFL.com
recap
1 August 8 at Cleveland Browns L 10-30 0-1 FirstEnergy Stadium Recap
2 August 15 Cincinnati Bengals L 13-23 0-2 FedExField Recap
3 August 22 at Atlanta Falcons W 19-7 1-2 Mercedes-Benz Stadium Recap
4 August 29 Baltimore Ravens L 7-20 1-3 FedExField Recap

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue NFL.com
recap
1 September 8 at Philadelphia Eagles L 27-32 0-1 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
2 September 15 Dallas Cowboys L 21-31 0-2 FedExField Recap
3 September 23 Chicago Bears L 15-31 0-3 FedExField Recap
4 September 29 at New York Giants L 3-24 0-4 MetLife Stadium Recap
5 October 6 New England Patriots L 7-33 0-5 FedExField Recap
6 October 13 at Miami Dolphins W 17-16 1-5 Hard Rock Stadium Recap
7 October 20 San Francisco 49ers L 0-9 1-6 FedExField Recap
8 October 24 at Minnesota Vikings L 9-19 1-7 U.S. Bank Stadium Recap
9 November 3 at Buffalo Bills L 9-24 1-8 New Era Field Recap
10 Bye
11 November 17 New York Jets L 17-34 1-9 FedExField Recap
12 November 24 Detroit Lions W 19-16 2-9 FedExField Recap
13 December 1 at Carolina Panthers W 29-21 3-9 Bank of America Stadium Recap
14 December 8 at Green Bay Packers L 15-20 3-10 Lambeau Field Recap
15 December 15 Philadelphia Eagles L 27-37 3-11 FedExField Recap
16 December 22 New York Giants L 35-41 (OT) 3-12 FedExField Recap
17 December 29 at Dallas Cowboys L 16-47 3-13 AT&T Stadium Recap

Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

Game summaries

Week 1: at Philadelphia Eagles

Week 2: vs. Dallas Cowboys

Week 3: vs. Chicago Bears

Week 4: at New York Giants

Week 5: vs. New England Patriots

Week 6: at Miami Dolphins

Week 7: vs. San Francisco 49ers

Week 8: at Minnesota Vikings

Week 9: at Buffalo Bills

Week 11: vs. New York Jets

Week 12: vs. Detroit Lions

This was the final home victory as the "Redskins" because the name was retired in the wake of George Floyd protests.

Week 13: at Carolina Panthers

This would become the final victory as the "Redskins", as the name was retired in the wake of social unrest in 2020.

Week 14: at Green Bay Packers

The Redskins would fall to 3-10. This loss would eliminate the Redskins from playoff contention for the fourth consecutive season.

Week 15: vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Week 16: vs. New York Giants

The loss meant the Redskins were swept by the Giants for the first time since 2014. The loss also placed the Redskins last in the division for the first time since 2014.

Week 17: at Dallas Cowboys

Case Keenum returned to the starting role with Dwayne Haskins suffering an ankle injury the previous week. With the loss, the Redskins would tie their worst records of all time. This loss also ensured that they would get swept by all division rivals. This was their final game as the "Redskins" as the name was terminated several months later.

Standings

Division

NFC East
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
(4)Philadelphia Eagles 9 7 0 .563 5-1 7-5 385 354 W4
Dallas Cowboys 8 8 0 .500 5-1 7-5 434 321 W1
New York Giants 4 12 0 .250 2-4 3-9 341 451 L1
Washington Redskins 3 13 0 .188 0-6 2-10 266 435 L4

Conference

# Team Division W L T PCT DIV CONF SOS SOV STK
Division leaders
1[a] San Francisco 49ers West 13 3 0 .813 5-1 10-2 .504 .466 W2
2[a][b] Green Bay Packers North 13 3 0 .813 6-0 10-2 .453 .428 W5
3[a][b] New Orleans Saints South 13 3 0 .813 5-1 9-3 .486 .459 W3
4 Philadelphia Eagles East 9 7 0 .563 5-1 7-5 .455 .417 W4
Wild Cards
5 Seattle Seahawks West 11 5 0 .688 3-3 8-4 .531 .463 L2
6 Minnesota Vikings North 10 6 0 .625 2-4 7-5 .477 .356 L2
Did not qualify for the postseason
7 Los Angeles Rams West 9 7 0 .563 3-3 7-5 .535 .438 W1
8[c] Chicago Bears North 8 8 0 .500 4-2 7-5 .508 .383 W1
9[c] Dallas Cowboys East 8 8 0 .500 5-1 7-5 .479 .316 W1
10[d] Atlanta Falcons South 7 9 0 .438 4-2 6-6 .545 .518 W4
11[d] Tampa Bay Buccaneers South 7 9 0 .438 2-4 5-7 .500 .384 L2
12 Arizona Cardinals West 5 10 1 .344 1-5 3-8-1 .529 .375 L1
13 Carolina Panthers South 5 11 0 .313 1-5 2-10 .549 .469 L8
14 New York Giants East 4 12 0 .250 2-4 3-9 .473 .281 L1
15 Detroit Lions North 3 12 1 .219 0-6 2-9-1 .506 .375 L9
16 Washington Redskins East 3 13 0 .188 0-6 2-10 .502 .281 L4
Tiebreakers[e]
  1. ^ a b c San Francisco finished ahead of Green Bay and New Orleans based on head-to-head sweep.
  2. ^ a b Green Bay finished ahead of New Orleans based on conference record.
  3. ^ a b Chicago finished ahead of Dallas based on head-to-head victory.
  4. ^ a b Atlanta finished ahead of Tampa Bay based on division record.
  5. ^ When breaking ties for three or more teams under the NFL's rules, they are first broken within divisions, then comparing only the highest ranked remaining team from each division.

References

  1. ^ Patra, Kevin. "Redskins part ways with president Bruce Allen". Retrieved 2019.
  2. ^ "Statement From The Washington Redskins Football Team". www.redskins.com. Retrieved 2020.
  3. ^ Patra, Kevin. "Washington retiring nickname, logo; new nickname TBD". www.nfl.com. Retrieved 2020.
  4. ^ "Projecting The 2019 Compensatory Picks". Over the Cap. January 7, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  5. ^ "Redskins awarded four compensatory draft picks". The Washington Post. February 22, 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  6. ^ https://redskinswire.usatoday.com/2019/04/25/redskins-trade-up-to-no-26-select-edge-montez-sweat/
  7. ^ https://www.redskins.com/news/redskins-trade-back-with-bills-gain-two-fourth-round-picks

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