Barring a remarkable turnaround, the 2009 Washington Redskins season is basically over. In the first of a series of articles, I look toward 2010 when the team is expected to have a new head coach, potentially a new general manager and a whole host of new players.
Very seldom does a professional football team have a position or a group of positions that are as completely screwed as the offensive line of the Washington Redskins.
The unit has been completely neglected on the old school theory that good offensive linemen arenÆt drafted, but coached up and made at the professional level.
No team has ever proved this theory as well as the Washington Redskins: the Hogs were largely unheralded lunch-pail players who were coached up by then and current offensive line co ...
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