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Washington Wants Campbell to Return

Internet sports gambling handicappers have been in something of a hold pattern regarding the quarterback plans for the Washington Redskins.

Internet sports gambling news from new coach Mike Shanahan indicated that the Redskins want starter Jason Campbell to return for the 2010 online sports gambling season. Washington is coming off one of their worst internet sports gambling seasons in memory as they finished 2009 with an online sports gambling mark of 4-12 straight up and 6-8-2 against the spread.

Washington fired head coach Jim Zorn afterwards.  Zorn lasted only two sports gambling seasons as the head man.  Despite the poor internet sports gambling season, however, Campbell escaped much of the blame.  Instead the internet sports gambling analysis as to what went wrong focused on Washington’s weak defense and running game.

Campbell finished the 2009 internet sports gambling season with a respectable 86.4 quarterback rating based on a completion percentage of 64.5% with 3618 yards passing and a 20/15 touchdown to interception ratio.  It was Campbell’s third full internet sports gambling season as the starter.

While Shanahan said that the Redskins wanted Campbell back for the 2010 internet sports gambling season he would not commit as to whether or not Campbell would be the starter.  Shanahan has also not ruled out taking a quarterback with Washington’s fourth overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft.

The Redskins have won just two post season games since the 1992 internet sports gambling season and play in the brutally tough NFC East Division with the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, and New York Giants.  “We understand how competitive the NFC East is and how well these teams have been playing,” said Shanahan.

“So that’s our goal: to get back to where we’ve been.”  Shanahan also announced that his son Kyle, the Redskins offensive coordinator, will call the plays for the 2010 campaign.

Washington has significant needs on their offensive line, which is likely where their draft priorities will focus.  Shanahan admitted that the unit is a “battered group.”  Washington owner Dan Snyder tried to acquire Jay Cutler and Mark Sanchez to take Campbell’s place last year.