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The Linc - Who will QB the Redskins? Who will call the plays?

Source: Campbell to start against Eagles - NFC East - ESPN
Redskins head coach Jim Zorn has informed quarterback Jason Campbell that he will start next Monday against the Eagles, a league source told the Beast this evening. Zorn went out of his way to make it clear that he would choose the starter -- despite having his play-calling duties stripped following Sunday's 14-6 loss to the Chiefs at FedEx Field.

Once Again, Reid Needs to Balance the Offense
It is a familiar theme: the Eagles overindulging on the forward pass. It is an issue that reappears every season and it certainly was front-and-center in Sunday’s 13-9 loss to Oakland. Their offensive strategy – and their unwillingness to adjust – played a major role in the defeat.

Ashley Fox: Eagles are woeful; Redskins are worse | Philadelphia Inquirer | 10/20/2009
there weren't many bright spots for the Eagles, but as bad as it was Sunday - and it didn't look or feel any better yesterday - it was 100 times worse to be a Washington Redskins fan. It didn't seem possible, but that franchise sank even further into the abyss Sunday, losing to the Chiefs, 14-6, at home.

Eagles Rewind: Plenty of blame to go around for six ugly sacks | Philadelphia Inquirer | 10/20/2009
After Sunday's ghastly 13-9 loss to the Raiders, there were plenty of fingers to wag. The offensive line - the tackles, in particular - shouldered much of the responsibility for the six sacks of quarterback Donovan McNabb. But after further review, the blame can almost be evenly distributed across the spectrum - from the line to the quarterback to skill-positions players to the coaching staff.

Bingo! Lewis takes Redskins play calling from Zorn | AP | 10/19/2009
Bingo! You're not calling plays anymore, Jim Zorn. Sherm Lewis is coming out of retirement to do it for you. With a pained expression, Washington Redskins coach Zorn announced Monday that the front office "strongly suggested" that he yield his play-calling duties to a consultant hired only two weeks ago. While he didn't say he was given an ultimatum, Zorn said he would comply with the request "because I want to stay here and win." "Sometimes we have to do things that are uncomfortable," Zorn said.

The700Level.com - Philly Sports & Minutiae: MLB.com Jumps the Gun
woops!