Giants-Redskins: Five Keys To Beating Washington

Posted: 12th September 2009 by Richard Resch in NFL
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1. Stop Portis When game planning for the Washington Redskins, it all starts with Clinton Portis.  Although he's been around for what feels like 10 years (this will be his eighth year), he is only 28 years old. He tired down the stretch last season, but he is still one of the best in the game. But the Giants had little trouble with Portis last year. In two wins against the 'Skins, Portis was held to 106 total rushing yards (that's 53 rushing yards per game, for those without mathematical brain functions). If the Giants can stuff Portis on first and second down, forcing the Redskins' passing offense to move the ball, they'll be in good shape.   2. Force Jason Campbell To Make A Mistake

Jason Campbell is a game manager who doesn't win many games by himself, but he rar ...

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