Saturday, December 8th, 2018

The Boston Redskins (originally the Braves) of the National Football League moved to Washington for the 1937 season and maintained the Redskins name. They met their opponents at Griffith Stadium for 34 seasons (through 1960). The team was moderately successful; however, in 1940 they lost to the Chicago Bears, 73-0, the worst championship loss in NFL history. Read Griffith Stadiumís complete history, a part of the SABR: Baseball Biography Project here: http://goo.gl/UEcFYr


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