Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell is a riddle wrapped in an enigma.
There are some things everyone can agree on regarding the former Auburn signal-caller. Campbell is poised in the pocket, has a cannon for a right arm, has good feet, and is one of the classiest players in the NFL.
Good feet considered, Campbell has still yet to find a foothold in the NFL, and this is where the Jason situation gets dicey.
Campbell has been through three offensive systems during his four years as a starting quarterback, the last two being virtual polar opposites of each other. Despite this, his numbers have always been good, and he holds superior career statistics in completion percentage and touchdown to interception ratio.
The problem is, he never seems to make the big ...
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Article written by Jack Gorman