Much has been made of WashingtonÆs woes in the first quarter of 2009.
Redskins head coach Jim Zorn entered the season on the hot seat, mostly due to a late-season collapse in 2008 and the reputation of team owner Daniel Snyder.
Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell entered the season on the hot seat, mostly due to his lackluster win-loss record and lack of production in the touchdown passing department. He also is in the last season of his contract, a rarity for an NFL starter, no matter how tenable their position is.
Thus far, the team is 2-2 with a consistently inconsistent offense. Though the defense has had its own woes, the offense takes the brunt of the blame by putting up few points against supposedly bad teams.
However, thatÆs not the whole story. For th ...
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