Detroit Lions-Washington Redskins: Five Questions for Redskins FC Brandon Keener

October 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is absolutely no worse week of football than the regular season week in which your home team has a bye.
Especially when your media market is stuck with an ugly defensive struggle—a Redskins-Bears game that set the game of football back about 50 years. That being said, it's hard for me to pass up a chance to watch Jay Cutler get knocked around and look like a loser.
That is to say, a Bears game.
Of course, the reality is that the Redskins-Bears game was good for more than another chapter in the systematic de-coronation of Cutler; it was also good for advance scouting.
As much as I rip on the Bears, they have a lot in common with the Lions in some areas. Spotty offensive line play, a schizophrenic running game that fluctuates from effective to non-existent from week-to-week and a young and cocky quarterback who trusts his arm a little too much sometimes.
So it was reasonable to think that watching the Bears play the Redskins was a good way to see how ...

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