Redskins Best Ever Series: Position Safety

We are bringing back the Redskins Best Ever Series.  We have not done this for eight years.  However, the dullness of the off-season is upon us and thus a perfect time to bring this series back.  Essentially, we will go through each position and allow a Best Ever Series poll for a week for you to vote who the Best Redskins player of all time is at each position.  With each successive poll, we will list in the next article the winner of the previous polls.

We start on the Defense.  We start with the position of Safety.

Here are the nominees for Best Ever Redskins Safety.

Paul Krause:  Krause had an NFL career that extended 1964 to 1979.  He played with the Redskins from 1964 to 1968.  he played the bulk of his career with the Minnesota Vikings.  In 226 games, he started 146 games.  He notched 81 interceptions with 3 touchdowns.  He recovered 19 fumbles.

Brig Owens:  Owen had an NFL career that extended from 1966 to 1977.  He played his entire career with he Redskins.  In 158 games, he started 86 games and notched 36 interceptions with 3 touchdowns and 10 fumble recoveries.

Ken Houston:  Houston had an NFL career that extended from 1967 to 1980.  He played for the Washington Redskins from 1973 to 1980. In 196 career games, he started 155 games.  He notched 49 interceptions and scored 9 touchdowns and recovered 21 fumbles.

Mark Murphy:  Murphy had an NFL career that extended from 1977 to 1984. He played his entire career with he Redskins. In 109 games, he started 84 games and notched 27 interceptions and 6 fumble recoveries.

Sean Taylor:  Taylor had an NFL career that extended from 2004 to 2007. He played his entire career with he Redskins.  His career was tragically cut short when Taylor was ordered by intruders in his home.  In 55 games, he started 53 games and notched 12 interceptions and 1 fumble recovery and forced 6 fumbles.

You can vote for your choice right here on the main page in  our poll.  You can also enter into the discussion right here in our Redskins community.  We welcome your dialogue.

 

 

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