Making The Case For Jason Campbell In Washington

Posted: 5th January 2010 by Matthew Brown in NFL
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The Washington Redskins finished the year 4-12 and earned themselves the fourth pick in the draft. New coach, new GM, new direction? Jason Campbell should be worried about having a starting job next season. Campbell has started 51 games in his career since being drafted in 2005. Many fans will point to his status as a first-round pick in relation to his production as reason to call him a bust. Those same fans contradict themselves by highlighting the abysmal offensive line as the prime weakness for the Redskins. Then they try to rationalize by saying that it's a team game, but the most important position is the quarterback. Aaron Rodgers was sacked more this season. So was Ben Roethlisberger. Rodgers has a bad line in Green Bay, but if you've ever watched him, he gets sacked because he hol ...

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