2009 Washington Redskins Season Wrap-Up & Awards

Posted: 4th January 2010 by Cody Kendall in NFL
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What a way to end the season for the 2009 Washington Redskins, a 4-12 mark the teams worst since 1994 (first year under Norv Turner). So much scrutiny has followed the team since the beginning, from the Jason Campbell replacement talks to the firing of Jim Zorn which started Week 3, all the way to the end in the reports of Mike Shanahan. With all this circus hoopla, how could you of expected for this team to of been successful? But regardless of the distractions from the media off the field, the Redskins still couldn't produce on it. Quarterback Jason Campbell seemed to of shined in all of the some-what insignificant games and couldn't lead the offense consistently enough to keep us in games or put us over the top. He did have a career year with 3,618 YDS and 20 TD, but he also added a c ...

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