The 1983 Washington Redskins had some unfinished business.
This might come as a surprise. The Redskins were, after all, the defending Super Bowl champions. In 1982, a season cut nearly in half due to a player’s strike (only nine games were played), Washington won their all but one of their regular season games, giving them a home field advantage throughout the NFL’s 1982 “playoff tournament,” which looked more like an NBA playoff bracket than our perfect, current NFL system. 3,835 more words