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Washington Redskins Tickets 2020 Season Outlook

The 2020 NFL season will be a pivotal one for the Washington Redskins. Quarterback Dwayne Haskins was a high draft choice in 2019 but in limited action did not look ready for the task of leading a franchise. With a whole offseason as the starting quarterback things could be very different. The Redskins have surrounded Haskins with talent that includes Derrius Guice, Terry McLaurin and veteran running back Adrain Peterson. Is it enough for the Redskins to get back into playoff contention? Only time will tell. This should be an exciting season in the nation's capital, so secure your Redskins tickets today for a chance to be a part of this must-see action.

History of the Washington Redskins

The Washington Redskins have a storied history that dates back as far as 1932, when George Preston Marshall was awarded a football franchise that would play in Boston, Massachusetts. The team was named the Braves for the 1932 season as they played at Braves Field. When they moved to Boston’s Fenway Park the following season, the team name was changed to the more familiar Redskins. Even after winning the NFL’s Eastern division championship in 1936, fan excitement for the team in Boston was not there. Marshall decided to move the team to Washington, D.C., and give fans in the nation’s capital a chance to fill the seats for NFL games. After moving to D.C., the football team has changed ownership a few times and currently is owned by businessman Daniel Snyder. Since taking the reins of the NFL team in 1999, Snyder has shown his knowledge of football and love for Redskins by constantly looking to improve its roster. He has spent more money on players than any other team during his tenure and is always looking to improve, a trait that the team's fans have grown to appreciate.

Located in Landover, Maryland, FedEx Field hosts every Redskins home game for each date on the NFL schedule. More than 80,000 fans fill the seats every Sunday and have helped make tickets to games in D.C. some of the hardest to find in football. The stadium began construction in March 1996 and was officially opened on September 14, 1997. FedEx bought the naming rights for the stadium in 1999 for an average of $7.6 million per year. The field even has its own exit off Interstate 495. If you want to buy tickets for games at FedEx Field this season, let TicketNetwork help you find the seats you want.