Tale of the tape: Redskins offense
1. This is what I really liked about [B]Rex Grossmanís[/B] night: he got rid of the ball in a hurry and kept the chains moving. Nothing fancy, just efficient. It gives you an opportunity to take more shots. I would love to have seen him vs. the Steelersí No. 1 defense for the entire first half to get a better barometer. Still, he did his job. And because of it, he bailed out a few offensive linemen on occasion. Saw [B]Jammal Brown[/B] get knocked off-balance and beaten inside. Saw [B]Chris Chester[/B] get moved back a few times. But there was no damage because Grossman released the ball in a hurry. Will there be issues in other games? Sure. But there werenít any Friday.[LEFT][COLOR=#000000]
Read more at the Washington Examiner: [URL="http://washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/nfl/2011/08/tale-tape-redskins-offense#ixzz1V6JkGZIC"]Tale of the tape: Redskins offense | John Keim | NFL | Washington Examiner[/URL]
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