ESPN.com'sMatt Mosley bloggs about how Coach Zorn is less then thrilled with Jason Campbell's 4-of-10 for 28 yards performance.
"We had a route that Jason held the ball and we had a vertical outside that was an easy touchdown," Zorn said of Campbell. "Honestly, it was an easy touchdown and we just didn't see it. He didn't focus on it, and then he turned back in and tried to throw the ball over the middle to the tight end [and the route] wasn't there."
What appears to concern coach Zorn the most is that Jason Campbell didn't trust his instincts and it cost the team a possible score. As most of us know the WCO is built around timing passes, and QB's ability to read coverages. Frankly i'm glad this happenend. Why you ask? Well because this is what the preseason is about, making mistakes and correcting them. Second I didn't want the team to feel to good about themselves going into the season and third I like how Zorn handles himself and his players. As much as I've heard how Zorn is constantly in his QB's faces makes me believe that this issue will correct itself.
Matt Mosley hints that Jason Taylor's foot could be a problem:
Via the Washngton Times: Jason Taylor earned defensive player of the year honors in 2006 while enduring painful plantar fasciitis in his right foot. Taylor suffered the same injury last December, one that's still lingering, but the six-time Pro Bowl defensive end refuses to give into the pain.
In the article Taylor mentions that during the week is when his foot hurts the worst and during gameday you take stuff to make the pain go away and that the foot hurts more then the time he broke his arm & collarbone. Damn I hope that this situation doesn't get worse.
Matt Mosley has a mole inside Redskins park.
Let me say this: Durant Brooks had a slight edge when we was drafted in April.