Tale of the tape: Redskins offense
This is what I learned after watching the game again:
1. [B] John Beck[/B] typically made good decisions and, all together now, managed the game well. Thatís a good thing and if you can complete 14 of 17 passes while doing so, thatís even better. But does this win him the job? Well, no. It shouldnít. But thereís little doubt [B]Mike Shanahan [/B]was higher on him than [B]Rex Grossman[/B] entering camp (everyone Iíve talked to who spoke to Shanahan about this says the same thing). Beck matched Grossmanís preseason opener (albeit against a lesser defense). It would make sense if Beck started vs. Baltimore. Grossman got his audition late last season; Beck needs to prove a lot and facing this defense would help.
Read more at the Washington Examiner: [url=http://washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/nfl/2011/08/tale-tape-redskins-offense-0#ixzz1VfurqtT8]Tale of the tape: Redskins offense | John Keim | NFL | Washington Examiner[/url]
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