At the bye: the offense comes up short
At this time last season, the Redskins were 6-2, quarterback Jason Campbell had passer ratings of at least 104 in four games, running back Clinton Portis was the NFL's leading rusher and rookie head coach Jim Zorn was the toast of the town. Washington's veteran offensive line provided the foundation for the surprising success on offense to that point, and it seemed the team could be headed to bigger things if the unit remained physically sound for 16 games.
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