LANHAM, Md. (CBSDC) — A historic and numeric look at the Washington Redskins-Detroit Lions all-time series.
The Redskins own this series. Heading into Sunday’s game, Washington holds a 27-12 all-time advantage over Detroit.
It’s not quite as dominant as the all-time record, but the Redskins have one three out of the past five games against the Lions.
Lions head coach Jim Schwartz is undefeated against the Redskins (2-0).
Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan has a .500 record against the Lions (2-2).
The Redskins and Lions last tangled on Halloween 2010 in the Motor City. Calvin Johnson caught three touchdown passes and racked up 101 receiving yards as the Lions cruised to a 37-25 win.
Last Meeting at FedEx Field
The Redskins dominated Detroit 34-3 in a game that saw quarterback Jason Campbell throw touchdowns to Chris Cooley and Mike Sellers. Carlos Rogers also returned an interception 61 yards for a touchdown.
The Redskins, despite an 0-2 record, are favored by one point over the Lions. Home field advantage?