The Five Best Receiving Seasons in Washington Redskins History

The Washington Redskins are one of the oldest franchises in the entire National Football League. They have also experience some great seasons too, even winning multiple championships. Historically, the passing game has usually been an important part of their game. This is not only due to the fact that they have had very good quarterbacks over the years, but also because they have had great receivers too.

Who though has had the best receiving seasons in franchise history?

#5 – Art Monk – 1984
In 1984, the Washington Redskins started the year out 0-2 before rattling off five straight wins and finishing with a record of 11-5. Art Monk had his best year that season, catching 106 passes for 1,372 yards and seven touchdowns.

#4 – Bobby Mitchell – 1962
1962 would see the Redskins start out 3-0-2, yes with two ties in their first five games, before finishing the season with five straight losses for a final record of 5-7-2. Bobby Mitchell had what would be his best season up to that point when he caught 72 balls for 1,384 yards and 11 touchdowns.

#3 – Henry Ellard – 1994
The Redskins finished the 1994 season with a victory over the Los Angeles Rams, unfortunately they had only had two wins during the season before that, for a final record of 3-13. At the age of 33, Henry Ellard hauled in 74 catches that season for 1,397 yards and six touchdowns.

#2 – Bobby Mitchell – 1963
At one point, Washington was 2-1 in 1963, but would  ufabet เว็บออนไลน์อันดับ1  finish the year at 3-11. Despite this, Bobby Mitchell had a great season when he caught 69 passes for 1,436 yards and seven touchdowns.

#1 – Santana Moss – 2005
The Redskins finished 2005 with five straight wins and a 10-6 record before entering the playoffs and coming away with a first round win and a second round loss. Santana Moss had an awesome season that year, and the best ever in team history, when he caught 84 passes for 1,483 yards and nine touchdowns.