With defensive holes fixed, offense becomes question
The Washington Redskins open training camp Thursday looking to erase the memory of the 2-6 second half that ruined their once-promising 2008 season.
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#1 Aug 2, 2009
Well, it's about time we started worrying about the offensive. It was major league OFFENSIVE last year and totally boring. The defense will carry the team this year, if it goes anywhere. I find it difficult to watch the league's same 19th place offense take the field again this year. JC has proven he isn't a high caliber QB but he is still here with no competition for the position. Why not just open up the position and see what Colt can do? Maybe a whole new QB is the answer anyway, but at least test what we have before we put the same old slow moving, slow thinking QB back as number 1 again! The offense HAS to step up, but Dan, Ceratto, and Coach haven't given JC any need to.
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