The Washington Redskins have worn a variety of uniforms in each of the past two seasons, including some that have not worn as many players.
Here’s how they have fared.
2013: The uniforms.
The Redskins are the last NFL team to wear the new black jerseys.
They had not worn the reds since the 2012 season.
The first team to use the new jerseys in the regular season was the New York Giants in Week 1.
The Giants wore them for the first time in Week 6.
The last team to play in a new uniform was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2011.
2012: The pants.
The new pants are much more colorful than the white ones the Redskins wore last season.
It’s the first year the team wore them, and the first to feature an open-collar uniform.
The team’s first home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers was in September.
2013-14: The socks.
The socks have also gone through some changes.
Last season, they were white with a red stripe running down the middle.
They’ve gone back to their traditional white and blue stripes.
The only new color is a yellow stripe, which was introduced for the 2013 season.
They are now white with orange and red piping.
2013 and 2016: The helmets.
They haven’t worn helmets since 2009.
Last year, the team’s helmet designs were black with yellow piping, and they wore helmets for the last time in 2012.
In 2014, they wore black helmets.
The uniforms feature two black stripes running down each side, while the white stripe runs across the front.
In 2016, the jerseys have a new white stripe running across the chest.
2013, 2014, and 2016 all had the same number of players wearing the new uniforms.
But 2013, the first with the new uniform, had three players in the starting lineup.
The number of linemen and linebackers was down from last season, while linebackers saw a decrease.
2013 was the only season that the team had three offensive linemen.
Last fall, the starting quarterback was Cody Kessler.
2015 and 2016 were the first seasons that the Redskins had three quarterbacks.
They didn’t have three offensive line players last season either.
There were two quarterbacks on the active roster at the time of the season.
2016 was the first season that Washington had two running backs.
The offense had a total of 21 carries in 2015.
The offensive line played well for most of the year.
They only had seven carries for 30 yards or less last season and had eight carries for 34 yards or more in 2016.
2014 and 2015 were the last two seasons the Redskins won games without having a quarterback.
They did so by scoring more than 40 points.
Last seasons offense finished with a record of 6-5 and won the NFC East.
2015 was the last year Washington had more than one offensive player on the field.
The 2016 offense had two players on the roster, including a quarterback, who had a season-high five rushing attempts.
2013 had a career-high nine rushing attempts, including four rushing touchdowns.
In that season, Washington had the fewest rushing attempts in the NFL.
The 2017 offense had the most rushing attempts of any offense in the league.
It had seven rushing attempts and ran for the fewth fewest yards.
2013 the team won five games and went 12-3, including beating the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks in the playoffs.
2014 the team finished 8-8, losing to the Carolina Panthers in the NFC championship game.
2015 had the second-fewest points scored in the team history and the fewst points allowed in the franchise history.
That year, Washington went 5-7, including losing to Miami in the AFC championship game, before finishing with a 4-12 record.
2016, also a year with the fewiest points, was the team with the most turnovers in the history of the franchise.
The Washington offense went 6-4 and had the fifth-fewer turnovers of any team.
The total yards allowed for Washington were the lowest in the organization history.
This was the fourth year in a row that the offense was ranked among the worst in the nation, and it was the third time that the Washington offense ranked among those lowest in that time.
2013 ranked as the worst season in the Redskins history.
In a season when the team went 5:25 for 17 in the first quarter, the offense finished the game with just 23 total yards and was only two yards shy of its lowest total in its entire history.
It also finished with only two first downs.
2014 was the most productive season for the offense, with 20 rushing touchdowns and 17 passing touchdowns.
It was the best passing performance of any season since 2013.
2016 had the third-fewst rushing touchdowns in the entire franchise history, and in a season that saw the team average 5.8 yards per carry, it was only the second time in the past 30 years that the franchise averaged more than five yards per run.
2017 saw the most points scored and the least points allowed, and both