Washington Redskins Oakley Flak 2.0 Sunglasses
It’s not difficult to consider the Washington Redskins as one of the most dominant franchises of the past century, they’ve managed to win three Super Bowl Championships. The Washington Redskin’s glory dates back as far as 60 years, the franchise has some of the most influential leaders the national football league has ever seen… for example George Marshall, Vince Lombardi, Joe Gibbs, John Riggins, Sammy Baugh, and Jack Kent to name a few. Redskin nation has franchise to be proud of. The Washington Redskins were once known as the Boston Braves in 1932 when they initially joined the NFL. The team was first named the Braves because at one point in time they actually shard the same field as the Braves and it wasn’t until 1933 when the name changed to the Redskins. How amazing is it that the team was able to win its first NFL title in 1937, which was also the first year the team was in Washington. One of the worlds most legendary coaches, Vince Lombardi who is named after the Super Bowl Trophy was able to direct the Washington Redskins to their first winning season after 15 years and later tragically died of cancer in 1970. George Allen then took over the head coach of the Washington Redskins in 1971 and led the franchise to 69 victory along with 5 playoff appearances and a 1972 NFC championship. Another notable legend of the Washington Redskins is Joe Gibbs who coached the Redskins from 1981 to 1992, Gibbs is easily known as one of the best coaches of the franchise with a whopping 140-65-0 record that resulted in eight playoff appearances, five NFC Eastern division championships and victories in 3 Super Bowls. Joes Gibbs was nominated into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the year of 1996. If you are a hardcore Washington Redskin fan, then you understand how important it is to have a new pair of Washington Redskins Oakley Sunglasses.
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Washington Redskins All-time Passing Leader: Joe Theismann 2,044/3,602, 25,206 yds, 160 TD
Washington Redskins All-time Rushing Leader: John Riggins 1,988 att, 7,472 yds, 79 TD
Washington Redskins All-time Receiving Leader: Art Monk 888 rec, 12,026 yds, 65 TD
Washington Redskins All-time Scoring Leader: Mark Moseley 1,206 points
Washington Redskins All-time AV Leader: Darrell Green 148 AV
Washington Redskins Winningest Coach: Joe Gibbs 154-94-0