The Redskins’ 2009 preseason concluded last Thursday night in the same fashion it started, with an ugly loss. With each meaningless preseason game, fans hope to catch glimpses of improvement. The Redskins obliged until the Jacksonville game—the Jaguars are an average football team at best—created doubt in a team looking to turn the corner and perform (starters and reserves alike) on a consistent basis. So what have we learned about the 2009 Redskins during the preseason, and what can we expect from them during the regular season? Quarterback Jason Campbell looks confident when given time and has put an eventful offseason behind him. Campbell throws one of the prettiest balls when he stands firmly in the pocket. When opposing defenses ...
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Article written by Ed Sheahin