1991 Washington Redskins schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
14-2-0 3-3 6835 4382 2453 25 365 5073 3569 1504 55 299
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The Washington Redskins' sixtieth season was in 1991, and it was the eleventh season Joe Gibbs served as the head coach of the team. They finished the year 14-2-0 in the regular season and 3-0 in the playoffs eventually winning the NFL championship against the Buffalo Bills 37-24, the team's fifth championship win. At the end of the season, Mark Rypien was awarded with the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Detroit Lions 45-0
Week 2 @ Dallas Cowboys 33-31
Week 3 Phoenix Cardinals 34-0
Week 4 @ Cincinnati Bengals 34-27
Week 5 Philadelphia Eagles 23-0
Week 6 @ Chicago Bears 20-7
Week 7 Cleveland Browns 42-17
Week 9 @ New York Giants 17-13
Week 10 Houston Oilers 16-13
Week 11 Atlanta Falcons 56-17
Week 12 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 41-14
Week 13 Dallas Cowboys 21-24
Week 14 @ Los Angeles Rams 27-6
Week 15 @ Phoenix Cardinals 20-14
Week 16 New York Giants 34-17
Week 17 @ Philadelphia Eagles 22-24

Playoffs

Week Opponent Score Notes
Divisional Round Atlanta Falcons 24-7
Conference Championship Detroit Lions 41-10
Super Bowl vs. Buffalo Bills 37-24

Coaches

Head Coach: Joe Gibbs Assistant Head Coach-Defense: Richie Petitbon Offensive Coordinator: Jack Burns Defensive Coordinator: Larry Peccatiello Quarterbacks Coach: Rod Dowhower Wide Receivers Coach: Jack Burns, Charley Taylor Offensive Line Coach: Jim Hanifan, Warren "Rennie" Simmons Running Backs Coach: Don Breaux Defensive Line Coach: Torgy Torgeson Secondary Coach: Emmitt Thomas Special Teams Coach: Wayne Sevier Strength Coach: Dan Riley Assistant Strength Coach: Steve Wetzel Conditioning Assistant Coach: Jason Arapoff Research and Development: Charley Taylor