10/1/61: Giants rally from 21-7 down to beat Redskins, 24-21, as first game at D.C. Stadium draws 37,767.
10/17/61: Dick James sets team record with four TDs in one game as Redskins beat Dallas, 34-24.
11/25/65: Sonny Jurgensen leads Redskins to greatest comeback win in Redskins history. Trailing 21-0, Redskins beat Giants, 34-31.
11/27/66: Redskins and Giants combine to score most points in NFL history in 72-41 victory by Washington.
12/14/69: In Vince Lombardi's only season as head coach, Redskins beat New Orleans, 17-14, for their first winning season since 1955.
12/31/72: Before a howling crowd on New Year's Eve, George Allen's Redskins wallop Dallas, 26-3, for their first NFC title and a trip to Super Bowl VII.
10/8/73: Safety Ken Houston tackles Cowboys running back Walt Garrison at the goal line in the final seconds to preserve a 14-7 victory on Monday night.
10/13/74: Sonny Jurgensen, then 40 years old, rallies Redskins to 20-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins, directing a 60-yard-drive in final minutes.
12/19/82: Mark Moseley kicks his 21st straight field goal, then an NFL record, in the final seconds as Redskins beat Giants, 15-14, in the snow.
1/15/83: John Riggins plows for 185 yards, then bows to the crowd as Redskins beat Minnesota, 21-7, and advance to NFC championship game.
1/22/83: Redskins avenge their only loss of the season with a 31-17 victory over Dallas in the NFC championship game and advance to Super Bowl XVII.
11/18/85: Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor tackles Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann and breaks his leg, ending Theismann's career.
1/17/88: Redskins beat Vikings, 17-10, and become first team to get to the Super Bowl three times in the 1980s.
11/24/91: Dallas upsets Redskins, 24-21, ending Washington's team record 11-game winning streak.
10/12/92: Art Monk becomes NFL's all-time leading pass receiver. His 820th career reception comes in 34-3 win over Denver.
10/1/95: Redskins, a 13-point underdog, beat Dallas, 27-23, their biggest upset victory since 1966.