Washington Redskins’ Biggest Problem: Laron Landry?

Posted: 6th December 2009 by Adam Hankins in NFL
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A free safety's purpose in football is to prevent big plays from happening. A free safety's first priority is to keep every receiver in front of him. The Washington Redskins' free safety has failed to perform his basic duties game after game in the 2009 season. Laron Landry was burned for two touchdowns on Sunday, proving he is ill-fitted for the free safety position. Time and time again, Laron Landry has looked for the big hit, only to be torched for touchdowns. Against the New Orleans Saints, Laron Landry played flawlessly against the run. He was consistently involved in stopping the Saints for small gains in their rush offense. But, while looking to light someone up on every play, he was easily fooled on two crucial plays that ultimately decided the difference against the Saints. If one ...

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