How the Washington Redskins Can Right the Ship

Posted: 14th October 2009 by Ed Sheahin in NFL
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Needless to say, the 2-3 Redskins have underachieved to this point in the season. á Game by game, their season is slowly slipping away. They have an anemic and unimaginative offense, their defense has allowed a disappointing 41.2 percent of third-down conversions, and the special teams have been less than special. With two home games on the horizon, one against the 0-5 Chiefs and the other against division rival Philadelphia on Monday night, the Redskins can circle the wagon one last time to salvage the 2009 season. But changes need to be madeùdrastic changes, at that. To date, Redskins coach Jim ZornÆs offensive approach to moving the ball via the West Coast offense has been ineffective and mind-numbing, to say the least. With LT Chris Samuels out for an unknown amount of time, the Red ...

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