Sunday, November 8, 2009
Redskins can't protect Campbell
By Dan Graziano
Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
I've been monitoring the Redskins-Falcons game throughout the first half. No matter who's calling the plays, there's no way quarterback Jason Campbell can accomplish anything under this much pressure. The Falcons are bringing a ton of heat up the middle.
And even one of their best remaining lineman, Casey Rabach, keeps getting called for holding. The Falcons are up 21-3, and it could easily be worse.
At this point, the Redskins need a defensive touchdown to have any chance to stay in the game. With the lack of blocking up front, there's simply no way they can sustain a long drive.