Redskins 34, Eagles 24:
Doug Williams came off the bench to relieve injured Jay Schroeder in the first quarter and completed 17 of 27 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns in front of 52,188 at RFK Stadium. Williams' six-yard scoring pass to Art Monk and a 27-yard field goal by Jess Atkinson gave the Redskins a 10-0 early lead. Reggie Branch scored on a one-yard run and Monk caught a 39-yard touchdown pass from Williams in the second half. Punter Steve Cox replaced Atkinson and kicked a 40-yard field goal midway through the fourth quarter to seal the victory. It was the Redskins' 158th straight home sellout.
Falcons 21, Redskins 20:
Scott Campbell made his first start for the Falcons and threw for 271 yards and touchdowns to Floyd Dixon (22 yards) and Stacey Bailey (23 yards). With Washington trailing by a point, Williams threw a six-yard touchdown pass to Monk early in the fourth quarter for a 20-14 lead. Gerald Riggs' four-yard score completed an 80-yard drive for the winning points in front of 63,567 in Atlanta.
Redskins 28, Cardinals 21:
Anthony Allen caught seven passes for a club-record 255 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Redskins in the first replacement game. Two of Allen's touchdowns went for 34 and 88 yards from Ed Rubbert. Lionel Vital rushed for 82 yards, including a late touchdown in front of 27,728 fans in Washington.
Redskins 38, Giants 12:
In front of only 9,123 at Giants Stadium, Vital rushed for 128 yards on 27 carries and one touchdown to lead the Redskins rout. Wayne Wilson scored on touchdown runs of one and three yards. The Redskins' defense held New York to 47 yards rushing.
Redskins 13, Cowboys 7:
Obed Ariri kicked two field goals and Ted Wilson ran for a touchdown as the Redskins won the third of three replacement games. The crowd of 60,415 at Texas Stadium saw Vital's 136 yards help Washington to a 36:05 to 23:55 edge in time of possession.
Redskins 17, Jets 16:
Ali Haji-Sheikh's 28-yard field goal with 54 seconds remaining at RFK Stadium lifted the Redskins into sole possession of first place in the NFC East. Washington opened the scoring on Schroeder's 20-yard pass to Gary Clark, but the Jets answered with a pair of Pat Leahy field goals and a Mickey Shuler 15-yard touchdown reception from Ken O'Brien. Leahy made another field goal in the fourth quarter, but Schroeder hit Kelvin Bryant with a two-yard scoring pass with less than six minutes remaining and then drove Washington 68 yards in nine plays to set up the winning kick. Charles Mann registered three sacks.
Redskins 27, Bills 7:
Schroeder threw for a pair of touchdowns (12 and seven yards to Bryant) and ran 13 yards for another to lead Washington before 71,640 in Buffalo. George Rogers rushed 30 times for 125 yards for his 27th career 100-yard game.
Eagles 31, Redskins 27:
With 66,398 in attendance in Philadelphia, Randall Cunningham's third touchdown pass of the day, a 40-yarder to Gregg Garrity with 1:06 left, lifted Philadelphia. Cunningham's 32-yard touchdown pass to Mike Quick in the fourth gave the Eagles a 24-21 edge before Schroeder hit Clark with a 42-yard touchdown pass for a 27-24 lead with 2:29 remaining.
Redskins 20, Lions 13:
Williams came off tthe bench again to throw touchdown passes of 16 yards to Bryant and 42 yards to Clark to give Washington a 17-3 halftime lead. Darrell Green's late interception ruined a possible Detroit comeback in front of 53,593 at RFK Stadium.
Rams 30, Redskins 26:
Ron Brown accounted for two touchdowns as the Rams defeated the Redskins for the first time in the regular season since 1969. The Rams took a 14-9 lead in the first when Mike Wilcher returned a fumble 35 yards for a touchdown and Brown returned a kickoff 95 yards for another score. At RFK Stadium, 53,614 saw the Rams extend their lead to 30-9 on Mike Lansford's 37-yard field goal, Charles White's (35 carries-112 yards) one-yard run and Jim Everett's 26-yard touchdown pass to Brown. Williams led a Redskins comeback with a touchdown pass to Monk, and a drive that took the Redskins to the Rams' 14-yard line, but LeRoy Irvin's end zone interception in the closing seconds sealed the win.
Redskins 23, Giants 19:
Schroeder threw for three touchdowns, including two in the fourth quarter, to pace Washington's come-from-behind win. Schroeder, who threw for 331 yards, hit Clark with a 33-yarder late in the third to bring the Redskins within 10 points. Keith Griffin and Ricky Sanders caught Schroeder's other scoring passes. Dexter Manley had three sacks before 45,815 at RFK Stadium.
Redskins 34, Cardinals 17:
Trailing, 17-10, in the third quarter, Washington scored 21 points in less than six minutes on a seven-yard touchdown run by Schroeder, a six-yard run by Rogers and a 19-yard catch by Clint Didier. Clark caught five passes for 130 yards, including a career-best 84-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter. The win gave the Redskins the NFC Eastern Division title at Busch Stadium in front of 31,324.
Redskins 24, Cowboys 20:
Rogers ran for two touchdowns (both one-yard runs) and Clark caught nine passes for 187 yards (and a 56-yard score) to lead Washington before 54,882 at RFK Stadium. Washington's 24-3 lead survived a valiant comeback attempt from Danny White (two touchdown passes and 359 yards).
Dolphins 23, Redskins 21:
Dan Marino threw for 393 yards and connected with Mark Duper on three scoring passes to highlight the Dolphins' victory. After a scoreless first quarter, Fuad Reveiz kicked a 48-yard field goal and Marino fired a 26-yard scoring pass to Duper for a 9-7 Miami halftime lead. Washington took a short-lived lead on a Schroeder bootleg, but Marino's 59-yard touchdown pass to Duper gave Miami the lead again as 65,715 watched at Joe Robbie Stadium. Duper's six-yard reception with 1:07 to play offset Rogers' two-yard touchdown run. The Redskins did not record a sack for the first time in 68 games.
Redskins 27, Vikings 24:
Haji-Sheikh's 33-yard field goal with 12:51 remaining in overtime lifted the Redskins. Washington took a 14-7 lead on Barry Wilburn's club-record 100-yard interception return and Sanders' 46-yard touchdown catch from Williams. Minnesota rallied for 17 points in the fourth to overtake Washington, 24-14. In the Metrodome, 59,160 people then saw the Redskins tie the game on Haji-Sheikh 37-yard field goal and Williams' 51-yard scoring pass to Sanders. Sanders led all receivers with eight catches for 164 yards.
Redskins 21, Bears 17:
Washington qualified for its fourth NFC championship game in the past six years with the win over NFC Central Division champion Chicago in front of 58,153 in Chicago. The Bears jumped out to an early 14-0 lead, but the Redskins rallied to tie the game by halftime on Rogers' three-yard touchdown run and Didier's 18-yard touchdown reception from Williams. The deciding score came with 3:20 elapsed in the third quarter when Green returned a Bears punt 52 yards for a touchdown. Williams completed 14 of 29 passes for 207 yards and a touchdown. Sanders, starting for the injured Monk, caught six passes for 92 yards.
Redskins 17, Vikings 10:
Williams hit Clark with a seven-yard touchdown pass with 5:10 to play as Washington qualified for its third Super Bowl in six years. In a sold-out RFK Stadium, the Redskins' defense, led by Manley and Dave Butz, sacked Wade Wilson eight times, set up a field goal with an interception and twice came up with fourth-quarter goal-line stands. The first goal-line stand forced Minnesota to settle for Chuck Nelson's 18-yard field goal that tied the score, 10-10, with 10:06 to play. The Redskins again stopped the Vikings from the six with 52 seconds to play, averting a third straight overtime game between the two teams.