Redskins Greatest Plays Coasters

$50.00


Relive four of the greatest moments in Washington football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2012 Regular Season Finale - Rookies take it to playoffs
1991 Super Bowl XXVI - Third Championship
1987 Super Bowl XXII - Williams makes history
1982 Super Bowl XVII - Riggins 43-yard TD run

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2012 Regular Season Finale
Rookies take it to playoffs
Washington vs. Dallas
28 - 18
December 30, 2012
Fed Ex Field, Landover, MD
2012 was the year of the rookies, with quarterback Robert Griffin III and running back Alfred Morris injecting enthusiasm and life back into the franchise. They sparked a 7 game winning streak to close-out the season and sealed a must-win game against Dallas to claim the NFC East.
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1991 Super Bowl XXVI
Third Championship
Washington vs. Buffalo
37 - 24
January 26, 1992
Metrodome, Minneapolis, MN
Kurt Gouveia intercepted Buffalo QB Jim Kelly's pass on the first play of the third quarter and returned it 23 yards to Buffalo's 2-yard line. One play later, Gerald Riggs scored his second touchdown of the game. The Washington 24–0 lead midway through the 3rd quarter is the largest shutout lead in Super Bowl history.
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1987 Super Bowl XXII
Williams makes history
Washington vs. Denver
42 - 10
January 31, 1988
Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, CA
Washington set a number of Super Bowl records in their thrashing of Denver in Super Bowl XXII. Super Bowl MVP Doug Williams set a record throwing 4 TD passes in one quarter as Washington went on a 42-0 scoring run, which included 35 points scored in the 2nd quarter, another record.
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1982 Super Bowl XVII
Riggins 43-yard TD run
Washington vs. Miami
27 - 17
January 30, 1983
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA
Trailing 13-17 and facing a 4th-and-1, Super Bowl MVP John Riggins broke off a 43-yard touchdown run to give Washington the lead in the Super Bowl. One touchdown later they had sealed the game and Washington had its first Super Bowl title.
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