Jim Zorn Is Out of His League As Redskins’ Head Coach

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Published: September 22, 2009

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... Rams. A win is a win in the NFL, but a 7-9 win over the worst team in the NFL raises questions for the team.

It is difficult to place the blame on any one player or coach so early in the year because there are plenty of games left to play.

That being said, if Jim Zorn doesn't step up his red-zone play calling, the Redskins are never going to beat the better teams in the NFL.

Pete Prisco wrote in his Week Two grades that "Jason Campbell was efficient, but he didn't make it happen in the red zone."

There is no doubt that Campbell was efficient against the Rams, completing 23 of 35 for 242 yards, but claiming he came up short in the red zone is absurd.

In the four red-zone appearances, Zorn called five passes to nine runs. Four of the passes were thrown by Campbell, and one by Clinton Portis.

All of Campbell's throws reached the end zone, two were off target and the other two were dropped. Two touchdown passes were dropped, one by Devin Thomas ...

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