2010 Redskins: Shanahan, McNabb Lead Welcome Infusion of Leaders

June 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Despite a lackluster free agency period and limited draft choices, the Washington Redskins enter 2010 looking remarkably better than they did in 2009.

Choosing Mike Shanahan and Bruce Allen to lead the team into the 21st Century’s second decade may have seemed a tad uninspired, but so far they have proven their worth.
They have brought a level of respectability back to this team that wasn’t even present during Joe Gibbs' second era. Though no games have been played, this is certainly the team’s best leadership under the mercurial Dan Snyder.

While many (including this writer) considered quarterback Jason Campbell an up-and-comer, Donovan McNabb provides an instant upgrade at the position. As with the additions of Allen and Shanahan, McNabb brings immediate credibility to the team, the locker room, and within the confines of the Beltway.

The Shanahans (Mike and Kyle) will run an offense familiar to the for...

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