Tale of the tape: Redskins offense
1. All about the quarterbacks at the start. [B]Rex Grossman [/B]did an excellent job of never feeling the rush. He’ll make mistakes and he’ll look bad at times, but the guy stands in the pocket and keeps his eyes downfield. And when he has time, he’ll slice a defense. Of course, any QB in this league should be able to do that; the key is what happens when you’re under duress. I love how deadly Grossman is in the middle of the field, but I wish he would use other parts as well. Tough to win consistently by just targeting one area. I did not add up, yet, how many of his completions went to the middle but my initial guess is that 75 percent of his completions were in this zone. He did throw high to [B]Santana Moss[/B] on the second series, but Moss was bumped off the line by [B]Terrell Suggs[/B] and wouldn't have made the first down. Still, a better throw gives him a chance.[LEFT][COLOR=#000000]
Read more at the Washington Examiner: [url=http://washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/nfl/2011/08/tale-tape-redskins-offense-1#ixzz1WFHRIrF1]Tale of the tape: Redskins offense | John Keim | NFL | Washington Examiner[/url]
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