There are times in golf where a player will make a great swing or hit a solid putt and the ball will miss its intended target. The golfer doesnÆt get mad because the shot was properly executed. The action becomes independent from the result. ThatÆs the way to assess the Washington Redskins 16-13 victory over the hapless and winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Separate the action from the result and it paints a different picture. The Redskins managed 277 yards of offense, well below the league average of 329.7 yards per game. They converted 4-of-14 third down attempts, just 28 percent. Jason Campbell turned the ball over four times, and it could have been five or six. That sounds like a loss, on a normal day, against a respectable NFL team. The reality was that the Redskins only had to put to ...
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Article written by Eric Holmberg