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2010 Washington Redskins Schedule

The 2010 Washington Redskins schedule produced a record of 6 wins and 10 losses, and they did not make the postseason. They had regular season wins against the Cowboys, Eagles, Packers, Bears, Titans and Jaguars and losses against the Texans, Rams, Colts, Lions, Eagles, Vikings, Giants, Buccaneers and Cowboys. View the 2010 Redskins complete schedule game by game.
2010 Washington Redskins Preseason Schedule
1 Buffalo Bills 17 @ Washington Redskins 42 Game Stats
2 Baltimore Ravens 23 @ Washington Redskins 3 Game Stats
3 Washington Redskins 16 @ New York Jets 11 Game Stats
4 Washington Redskins 10 @ Arizona Cardinals 20 Game Stats
2010 Washington Redskins Schedule (Record: 6 - 10 - 0)
1 Dallas Cowboys 7 @ Washington Redskins 13 Game Stats
2 Houston Texans 30 @ Washington Redskins 27 Game Stats
3 Washington Redskins 16 @ St. Louis Rams 30 Game Stats
4 Washington Redskins 17 @ Philadelphia Eagles 12 Game Stats
5 Green Bay Packers 13 @ Washington Redskins 16 Game Stats
6 Indianapolis Colts 27 @ Washington Redskins 24 Game Stats
7 Washington Redskins 17 @ Chicago Bears 14 Game Stats
8 Washington Redskins 25 @ Detroit Lions 37 Game Stats
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10 Philadelphia Eagles 59 @ Washington Redskins 28 Game Stats
11 Washington Redskins 19 @ Tennessee Titans 16 Game Stats
12 Minnesota Vikings 17 @ Washington Redskins 13 Game Stats
13 Washington Redskins 7 @ New York Giants 31 Game Stats
14 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 @ Washington Redskins 16 Game Stats
15 Washington Redskins 30 @ Dallas Cowboys 33 Game Stats
16 Washington Redskins 20 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 17 Game Stats
17 New York Giants 17 @ Washington Redskins 14 Game Stats
 
 
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