Come Sunday, Redskins fans will be rooting against Pierre Garçon instead of for him.
After five years in D.C. — five years in which Garçon 376 passes from Washington quarterbacks, and followed many of those by trampling very unfortunate defensive backs — the receiver will return to FedEx Field in Week 6 as a 49er.
But before he officially suits up as the opponent, let's celebrate his underappreciated career with the 'Skins one last time. Here are the five best grabs from Garçon's stint with the Burgundy and Gold.
5) His 70-yard score vs. the Packers
Some wideouts view the label of "possession receiver" as a compliment. Don't call Garçon one, though.
The 31-year-old has rejected that phrase his whole life, which is probably why he started high-stepping on about the 10-yard line during this touchdown against the Packers in 2016 and then tried to spike the ball deep into the Earth's core. It was his way of reminding people that he isn't just a dude who snags balls on 15-yard post routes:
4) His one-handed snare in Denver
Will Ferrell's been in a ton of terrific comedies. Movies like Anchorman, Step Brothers, Old School, Zoolander and Talladega Nights are some of the funnier flicks you can find.
But because of how long Ferrell's filmography is, other strong comedies, such as The Other Guys, are unfairly forgotten. Similarly, because of how many catches Garçon had with the Redskins, it's hard to remember them all.
This highlight (found here) is The Other Guys of Garçon's Redskins career. Look at this screengrab. Look at it. The man in the No. 88 jersey hauled in the football that's floating far above him with one hand.
3) His Thanksgiving TD in Dallas
Redskins fans everywhere were served an extra dish on Thanksgiving in 2012.
In addition to their turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, macaroni and cheese, those watching the Washington-Dallas holiday showdown enjoyed a heaping helping of yards after the catch, courtesy of Garçon.
If you want to have another taste, watch it here.
2) His first trip to the end zone with his new team
When Garçon first signed with the Redskins, he was a different kind of free agent than the franchise usually lands.
He was just entering his prime, not well past it. And he was a player hungry for more chances, not one who would've been fine doing less.
Let's just say he made an OK first impression.
1) His game-winner vs. the Eagles
If you were to ask Siri, "Hey Siri, what catch best sums up who Pierre Garçon is as a receiver?" this would be the video she'd pull up (that is, if she didn't misunderstand you and instead end up calling someone in your contacts named Peter Johnson):
Thanks for all the memories, Pierre. Enjoy your trip back to FedEx Field, buddy, and hopefully you leave the stadium on the wrong end of a 35-7 score.