Not much changed for the Redskins during the offseason. Sure, on paper maybe, but not on the playing field.
Play calling was a nightmare. Offensively, Jim Zorn pushed the panic button after a pair of first half gaffes by Jason Campbell. Apparently no one told him you have to be aggressive when trailing.
Zorn seemed content to play it safe and run the ball on first and second downs repeatedly. Of course, that set up a ton of third and longs, putting Campbell in more difficult passing situations than had he been throwing in on first and second.
I don't think Zorn comprehends that his job is on the line. Playing conservatively when down 10 points doesn't save head coaching jobs in the NFL.
Zorn has two weeks worth of cream puffs to get down and dirt ...
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Article written by Jack Anderson