Washington Post: Predictably, Redskins HC Zorn spent a ...

Washington Post: Predictably, Redskins HC Zorn spent a good deal of his
press conference fielding questions about Campbell, including one from a
reporter who asked if a QB change was in order. Zorn is tuning out the
noise. He knows Campbell isn't perfect - Zorn called the passer's
performance against the Giants "very average" - but the problems run much
deeper than the one position that draws the most attention (judging by talk
radio and my inbox today). Zorn, to the surprise of none of the schlubs who
cover this team on a regular basis, dismissed any notion of a QB
controversy and hasn't considered a change. His best QB is on the field for
every snap, and will continue to be as long as he is healthy. I know it's
difficult for some people to get beyond the December Todd Collins had last
year, but times have changed. Zorn is trying to develop Campbell into a
franchise QB and the kid is doing a fine job, all things considered. Zorn
is demanding more of him and holds him, admittedly, to the highest standard
possible ("I want him to play mistake-free," Zorn said), but he is taking a
less myopic look at the scope of the offensive woes than a lot of fans and
media types. His confidence in Campbell is strong and he sees lots of
positives in every outing, even one as mundane as Sunday's.

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