Washington Post: McNabb and Grossman in the Clutch

This week's post at the Washington Post's Redskins Insider examined the epically bad decision to pull Donovan McNabb in favor of Rex Grossman in the final 2 minutes of last Sunday's game against the Lions. Was it a vindictive over-reaction by an arrogant head coach, or was it just a spiteful hasty judgment of an egotistical head coach?

-Was the game already lost, or did the Redskins still have a solid chance to win?-How have McNabb and Grossman performed in the the final 2 minutes with games on the line?
-Did it even matter, considering how poorly the offensive line is playing?
-With the Redskins headed into their bye, will that give them any boost in their following game against Philadelphia?
-And lastly, why is Mike Shanahan so tan all year long? (Just kidding about that one. But seriously, what's the deal with that?)

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1 Responses to “Washington Post: McNabb and Grossman in the Clutch”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Brian, can you post the 2 minute numbers for other QB's in the league? That would make a great post. Plus, how well does peyton manning do in that category. I assume that he has to be the leader in it.

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