In the tragic comedy that was last weekÆs game vs. the New Orleans Saints, the Washington Redskins offensive line gave a flawless performance. Even though it went mostly unnoticed in the reviews of the reviews, the LaRon Landry outrage, and the Shaun Suisham buzzsaw, the offensive line was the backdrop to the best offensive performance of the Jim Zorn Era. For a group with no Pro Bowlers, and two starters who werenÆt in the league at the end of last season, they pitched a shutout against the Saints.á For the first time all season, the Redskins didnÆt allow a sack.á Better still, Jason Campbell was actually comfortable in the pocketùand look at the result. The Redskins gained 455 yards, 28 first downs, and scored 30 points for the first time under Zorn.á They converted on 7-of-12 th ...
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