Why the Washington Redskins Lost To the New York Giants

Posted: 16th September 2009 by Anthony Brown in NFL
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I'm not going to get too wee-weed up (love that Obama term) over the Redskins' performance at the Meadowlands Sunday, especially since no one predicted a win anyway.

This glass is half full. Jason Campbell threw for more yards (211) than the Redskins gained in total offense in last year's opening game (209), offsetting the decline in the rushing game.

Washington held  the Giants to a field goal in the second half and was effective against the Giants running game.

Antwaan Randle El was impressive playing from the slot, his natural position. He should match up well against most nickel backs and linebackers.

But a loss is a loss. This game was not a good loss like Oakland's close loss against San Diego Monday night. But there's time to make cor ...

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