2004 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
6-10-0 0-0 4397 2632 1765 27 269 4281 2977 1304 26 251
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The Washington Redskins' seventy-third season was in 2004, playing their home games at FedExField. During the offseason they hired Joe Gibbs to lead the team. During his time in the NFL he was head coach for twelve years. They finished the season 6-10-0, 3-5-0 at home and 3-5-0 on the road.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16-10
Week 2 @ New York Giants 14-20
Week 3 Dallas Cowboys 18-21
Week 4 @ Cleveland Browns 13-17
Week 5 Baltimore Ravens 10-17
Week 6 @ Chicago Bears 13-10
Week 8 Green Bay Packers 14-28
Week 9 @ Detroit Lions 17-10
Week 10 Cincinnati Bengals 10-17
Week 11 @ Philadelphia Eagles 6-28
Week 12 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 7-16
Week 13 New York Giants 31-7
Week 14 Philadelphia Eagles 14-17
Week 15 @ San Francisco 49ers 26-16
Week 16 @ Dallas Cowboys 10-13
Week 17 Minnesota Vikings 21-18

2004 Washington Redskins Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Joe Gibbs Assistant Head Coach-Defense: Gregg Williams Offensive Coordinator: Don Breaux Special Teams Coordinator: Danny Smith Quarterbacks Coach: Jack Burns Wide Receivers Coach: Stan Hixon Offensive Line Coach: Joe Bugel Running Backs Coach: Earnest Byner Tight Ends Coach: Warren "Rennie" Simmons Offensive Assistant Coach: Bill Lazor Offensive Consultant: Ernie Zampese Offensive Quality Control Coach: Coy Gibbs Defensive Line Coach: Greg Blache Linebackers Coach: Dale Lindsey Safeties Coach: Steve Jackson Secondary Coach: DeWayne Walker Defensive Quality Control Coach: Kirk Olivadotti Special Teams Assistant Coach: Kirk Olivadotti Assistant to the Head Coach: Mike Rutenberg Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: John Hastings Strength and Conditioning Coach: John Dunn, Bobby Crumpler Director of Pro Personnel: Scott Campbell