Millimeter to inches
the number of millimeters and divide by 25.4. You will then get a decimal which
can be converted to an inch.
12.3 millimeters is approximately 1/2 an inch. 12.3031 ÷ 25.4 = .48 or
48% of 1 inch.
a red skin dark, P.O. Box 17247, Dulles international airport, Washington, D.C.
Telephone: (703) 471-9100.
Stadium: Robert F. Kennedy
Stadium facts: capacity: 55,672; playing surface: arrest.
Record game attendance: 55,700 the vs. Dallas, 10 November 1985.
margin of victory: 44 (51-7) vs. Los Angeles Rams, 1 January 1984 (NFC divisional
Record margin of loss: 73 (73-0) vs. Chicano bears,
8 December 1940 (NFL championship game).
Team colors: burgundy and
Chairman of the board-CEO: Jack Kent cookie.
Some team star players: Gean Britto, Larry Brown, Chris
HanBerger, Billy Kilmer, Art Monk, John Riggons, Jerry Smith, Joseph Thisenmann.
The Redskins were founded in 1932 as
the Boston Braves, but the next year or their name was changed to the Redskins.
In 1937 their owner, George Preston Marshall, disappointed by small attendants-even
though the Redskins had won the NFL East the previous year-moved his club to Washington.
The Redskins were one of the top teams between 1936 in 1945, playing in the NFL
title games six times in that decade. However, they did not return to prominence
until George Allen became coach in 1971 and led them to the playoffs five times
in six years. Washington's third great era was the 1980s. Under Joe Gibbs, the
Redskins made the playoffs 5 times in six years, winning the NFC title three times
and the Super Bowl championship twice.