Redskins Try to Tame The Beast


Published: September 25, 2009

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... just winning a football game and has reached an all out fight to prove themselves.

Redskins' head coach Jim Zorn has spent the past week fielding questions about his job security, his playcalling, his quarterback, and his ability to coach at the NFL level. In order to avoid being devoured by the pressure building around Redskin Park, it's time for Zorn to tame this beast and be done with it.

Following an ugly 9-7 win over the lowly St. Louis Rams in week two of the NFL season, the Redskins' failures in the red zone led to boos from the home crowd and sharp attacks by fans and some media members. Zorn's offense was unable to score a single touchdown against the Rams, a team that lost in week one 28-0 and looked positively inept in most every football category.

The red zone issues began with the Redskins' second possession of the game. Redskins' quarterback Jason Campbell marched the team to the Rams' three yard line only to see second year wideout Devin Thomas ...

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