Episode 75 - Underrated Greatness : The 1991 Washington Redskins
Love the NFL? Like to listen to a good conversation? Tune in to superfan and host, Matt Johnson, and his take on the NFL in his football talk podcast, “The 2-pt Conversation” , featuring a new fan guest every week!
When people talk about the greatest teams in NFL History, they’ll almost always give the usual suspects the nod. The ‘72 Dolphins, the 84’ 49ers, the ‘85 Bears, and the ‘07 Patriots. Often overlooked, because they weren’t a team of flashy athletes. They were tough, hard nosed and old school. Symbolizing the days of the NFL where you could hit hard and not get a flag for it. The days when you didn’t need 300+ yards passing every week to win a game.
The 1991 Washington Redskins are that team, and true fans of the sport know, that Washington belongs in that discussion every time. The Hogs. Art Monk. Mark Rypien. One of the best committee of Running Backs All-Time. That tough defense, and of course, their quality kicker, Chip Lohmiller. Here is a review of their 1991 season, every game, the touchdowns for, the touchdowns against, and everything in between of this under-appreciated team.
Find us on the web and social media:
The 2-Pt Conversation @The_2-pt_Conversation
Matt Johnson @maverickmattmultimedia