2003 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
5-11-0 0-0 4659 3006 1653 28 272 5412 3195 2217 30 325
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The Washington Redskins' seventy-second season was in 2003, and it was the second season Steve Spurrier served as the head coach of the team. The Redskins played their home games at FedExField. They finished the season 5-11-0, 3-5-0 at home and 2-6-0 on the road.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 New York Jets 16-13
Week 2 @ Atlanta Falcons 33-31
Week 3 New York Giants 21-24
Week 4 New England Patriots 20-17
Week 5 @ Philadelphia Eagles 25-27
Week 6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13-35
Week 7 @ Buffalo Bills 7-24
Week 9 @ Dallas Cowboys 14-21
Week 10 Seattle Seahawks 27-20
Week 11 @ Carolina Panthers 17-20
Week 12 @ Miami Dolphins 23-24
Week 13 New Orleans Saints 20-24
Week 14 @ New York Giants 20-7
Week 15 Dallas Cowboys 0-27
Week 16 @ Chicago Bears 24-27
Week 17 Philadelphia Eagles 7-31

2003 Washington Redskins Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Steve Spurrier Offensive Coordinator: Hue Jackson Defensive Coordinator: George Edwards Quarterbacks Coach: Noah Brindise Wide Receivers Coach: Steve, Jr. Spurrier Offensive Line Coach: Kim Helton Assistant Offensive Line Coach: John Hunt Tight Ends Coach: Lawson Holland Offensive Assistant Coach: Paul Guenther Defensive Line Coach: Robert Nunn Assistant Defensive Line Coach: Ken Clarke Outside Linebackers Coach: Jim Collins Defensive Backs Coach: George Catavolos Assistant Defensive Backs Coach: Kirk Olivadotti Defensive Assistant Coach: DeChon Burns Special Teams Coach: Mike Stock Special Teams Assistant Coach: DeChon Burns Defensive Quality Control Coach: Kirk Olivadotti Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: John Hastings, Mark Smith Strength and Conditioning Coach: Bobby Crumpler Director of Pro Personnel: Scott Campbell Player Personnel Intern: Mike Rutenberg