|2019 Washington Redskins season|
|Head coach||Jay Gruden (fired after 0-5 record)|
Bill Callahan (interim, 3-8 record)
|Offensive coordinator||Kevin O'Connell|
|Defensive coordinator||Greg Manusky|
|Division place||4th NFC East|
|Playoff finish||Did not qualify|
|Pro Bowlers||G Brandon Scherff|
P Tress Way
|AP All-Pros||P Tress Way (2nd team)|
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. 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.
|2019 Washington Redskins draft|
|1||15||Dwayne Haskins||QB||Ohio State|
|1||26||Montez Sweat||OLB||Mississippi State|
|3||76||Terry McLaurin||WR||Ohio State|
|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|
|1||at Cleveland Browns||L 10-30||0-1||FirstEnergy Stadium||Recap|
|2||Cincinnati Bengals||L 13-23||0-2||FedExField||Recap|
|3||at Atlanta Falcons||W 19-7||1-2||Mercedes-Benz Stadium||Recap|
|4||Baltimore Ravens||L 7-20||1-3||FedExField||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||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||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|
|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.
This was the final home victory as the "Redskins" because the name was retired in the wake of George Floyd protests.
This would become the final victory as the "Redskins", as the name was retired in the wake of social unrest in 2020.
The Redskins would fall to 3-10. This loss would eliminate the Redskins from playoff contention for the fourth consecutive season.
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.
|New York Giants||4||12||0||.250||2-4||3-9||341||451||L1|
|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|
|Did not qualify for the postseason|
|7||Los Angeles Rams||West||9||7||0||.563||3-3||7-5||.535||.438||W1|
|11[d]||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||South||7||9||0||.438||2-4||5-7||.500||.384||L2|
|14||New York Giants||East||4||12||0||.250||2-4||3-9||.473||.281||L1|