Wait ‘Til We Get Our Haynes on You: Finding Albert Haynesworth Suitors

June 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In 2007 and 2008, Albert Haynesworth was a hands down All-Pro and Pro Bowl defensive tackle. In fact, just about everyone in the league considered him the most dominant at his position. In that time he averaged about seven sacks and 36 tackles, as well as an equally impressive three fumble recoveries in 2008. But my how the mighty have fallen. Ever since Haynesworth was traded and signed a blockbuster contract with the Redskins in 2009, things have been going downhill. In 2009, the feared DT accumulated just four sacks and 27 tackles, a significant drop off from what fans and players alike had come to expect from the Tennessee product. This sub par production was anything but what the Redskins needed after giving the big man a seven year, $100 million contract, with $41 million guaranteed. Neither Haynesworth nor the Skins could take solace in a successful season either, as Washington finished an abysmal 4-12. Haynesworth has openly criticized the 3-4 scheme and defen...

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