Washington Redskins 2011 NFL schedule
As the disappointing 2010 regular season draws to a close for the Washington Redskins, it’s time to take a look at the 2011 regular season schedule. Washington will of course have their traditional divisional home and away games with the Eagles, Cowboys and the Giants while the redskins will take on teams from the AFC East and the NFC West in 2011.
Washington will host home games this season with the San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots and the New York Jets. The Redskins travel to take on the Seattle Seahawks, St Louis Rams, Carolina Panthers, Buffalo Bills and the Miami Dolphins.
If the league moves to a 18 game schedule, then the Redskins will have another home game against a NFC South opponent and travel to take on a NFC North foe.
Exact dates and times of games will be released by the league later this spring.
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