The Redskins face a tough schedule in 2020, but nothing comes easy in the NFL. Ron Rivera has overhauled the Washington roster and will have his chance to begin the culture rebuild this year.
Looking at the 2020 schedule there are plenty of rough stretches, but one three-week portion looks like a spot to get wins.
Coming out of the bye week the Redskins will host the Giants at home then a road trip to face the Lions in Detroit before another home game against the Bengals.
Those three teams had a combined 9-38-1 record in 2019, with the Bengals the only team in the NFL that finished last year with a worse record than Washington.
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If the Redskins are going to go on a win-streak, that stretch will give them the best chance.
Week 1 - vs Philadelphia - 1 pm
Week 2 - @ Arizona - 4 pm
Week 3 - @ Cleveland - 1 pm
Week 4 - vs Baltimore - 1 pm
Week 5 - vs Los Angeles Rams - 1 pm
Week 6 - @ New York Giants - 1 pm
Week 7 - vs Dallas - 1 pm
Week 8 - BYE
Week 9 - vs New York Giants - 1 pm
Week 10 - @ Detroit - 1 pm
Week 11 - vs Cincinnati - 1 pm
Week 12 - @ Dallas (Thanksgiving) 4:30 pm
Week 13 - @ Pittsburgh - 1 pm
Week 14 - @ San Francisco - 4:25 pm
Week 15 - vs Seattle 1 pm
Week 16 - vs Carolina 1 pm
Week 17 - @ Philadelphia 1 pm
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