Barring a remarkable turnaround, the 2009 Washington Redskins season is basically over. In a continuing series of articles, I look towards 2010, when the team is expected to have a new head coach, potentially a new general manager and a host of new players.
This week, I evaluate the RedskinsÆ running backs.
Coming into the 2009 season, the Redskins running back corps was considered one of the deepest in the NFL.
Though no one wanted to see the season-ending injury to Ladell Betts and the potential career-threatening injury to Clinton Portis, the unit has certainly distinguished itself in their absence.
Rock Cartwright made his first start since the end of the 2002 season last week and, despite a low average in the yards per carry department, ran reasonably wel ...
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