Oct. 15, 1939
Record Pass: From kick formation, standing deep in his own end zone, Frank Filchock flips a pass to Andy Farkas, who breaks loose for what would become a 99-yard touchdown. It remains the longest pass completion in NFL history.
Aug. 2, 1939
Go West: Redskins set forth on first coast-to-coast training trip. The team holds training camp at Eastern State Normal School in Cheney, Washington.
Dec. 12, 1937
World Champs: Freezing weather, frozen field and icy-nerved Chicago Bears can't stop Baugh. He completes 17-of-33 passes for 355 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Redskins to a 28-21 victory in championship game. Wayne Millner had nine catches for 160 yards, including 77-yard and 55-yard touchdown catches from Baugh.