Redskins-Rams: Five Likes and Dislikes from Washington’s Week Two Win

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Published: September 23, 2009

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... past the woebegone St. Louis Rams like a tube of toothpaste, 9-7, at home (a 7-1 record in home openers for the past eight seasons).

There were a lot of positives, yet so many more negatives, most notably on the offensive side.

I'm happy that the team won, and the crowd was into the game (it booed during the end of the game AND even in between the commercial breaks!). But I could not let the team slide without comment.

Here are five positives:

1. They won. I cannot stress that enough: The Washington Redskins won. Hip. Hip. Hooray.

Could they have won by the Las Vegas 10-point spread? Of course! They didn't, unfortunately, but they got a much-needed 'W' when it counted. (Thank God that the team doesn't have the New England Patriots next week after Tom Brady's weak game vs. the New York Jets!)

 

2. Jason Campbell's stats were solid, if not outstanding. 23-of-35...

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