Washington DC » National Football League
|Winning Percentage||Made Playoffs||Playoff Game Wins||Championships|
1937, 1942, 1982, 1987, 1991
The Washington Commanders have played a total of 92 seasons. Their first season was in 1932, and their most recent season was in 2023.
In 1932, the team was known as the Boston Braves.
In 1933, the team changed their name to the Boston Redskins.
In 1937, the team moved to Washington DC and changed their name to the Washington Redskins.
In 2020, the team changed their name to the Washington Football Team.
In 2022, the team changed their name to the Washington Commanders.
The Washington Commanders currently play in the East Division of the National Football Conference, aka the NFC East.
The best start to a Commanders season was the 1991 Washington Redskins, who started the season 11-0. The second best start to a season was the 1940 Washington Redskins, who started the season going 7-0. The third best start to a season was the 1978 Washington Redskins, who started the season with 6 wins.
The worst start to a Commanders season was the 1961 Washington Redskins, who started the season at 0-9. The second worst start to a season was the 1998 Washington Redskins, who started the season with 7 losses. The third worst starts to a Commanders season was the 1954 Washington Redskins, the 1965 Washington Redskins, the 1981 Washington Redskins, the 2001 Washington Redskins and the 2019 Washington Redskins, who all started the season with 5 straight losses.
The Washington Commanders last made the playoffs in 2020, when they lost the Wild Card Round. They've been in the playoffs a total of 25 times in their 92 seasons.
The Washington Commanders last missed the playoffs in 2022.
In 2005, the Washington Redskins beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Wild Card Round.
In 2020, the Washington Football Team lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Wild Card Round.
The Washington Commanders have appeared in the Super Bowl 5 times, in 1972, 1982, 1983, 1987 and 1991.
The Washington Commanders won the Super Bowl 3 times, in 1982, 1987 and 1991.
|2020||7-9||Lost Wild Card Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2015||9-7||Lost Wild Card Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2012||10-6||Lost Wild Card Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2007||9-7||Lost Wild Card Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2005||10-6||Lost Divisional Round (Won 1 Round)|
|1999||10-6||Lost Divisional Round (Won 1 Round)|
|1992||9-7||Lost Divisional Round (Won 1 Round)|
|1991||14-2||Won Super Bowl|
|1990||10-6||Lost Divisional Round (Won 1 Round)|
|1987||11-4||Won Super Bowl|
|1986||12-4||Lost Conference Championship (Won 2 Rounds)|
|1984||11-5||Lost Divisional Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1983||14-2||Lost Super Bowl (Won 2 Rounds)|
|1982||8-1||Won Super Bowl|
|1976||10-4||Lost Divisional Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1974||10-4||Lost Divisional Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1973||10-4||Lost Divisional Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1972||11-3||Lost Super Bowl (Won 2 Rounds)|
|1971||9-4-1||Lost Divisional Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1945||8-2||Lost NFL Championship (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1943||6-3-1||Lost NFL Championship (Won 1 Round)|
|1942||10-1||Won NFL Championship|
|1940||9-2||Lost NFL Championship (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1937||8-3||Won NFL Championship|
|1936||7-5||Lost NFL Championship (Won 0 Rounds)|