Steinz doesn’t call anyone a dork on this week’s Redskins Insider podcast, but a good question is raised: Is Jason Campbell part of the Redskins’ problem or solution? All three experts — Dan Steinberg, Tracee Hamilton and Rick Maese — have different answers; Steinz goes with “problem,” Hamilton “solution” and Maese “both,” though I’m not sure what that means.
So I ask you, dear reader, which is it? Having watched JC’s progression — or lack thereof — the past three-plus seasons, is he adding to or alleviating Washington’s concerns? My thoughts on the matter are known, and they’re firmly in the solution/I don’t know bucket.
I’m hedging my bet a little because with this line and those receivers and that coach, I really don’t know. I would, however, rank the Skins offensive components this way on the problem-solution continuum:
- Offensive line — big problem
- Wide receivers — problem
- Coaches — problem/I don’t know
- Quarterback — solution/I don’t know
- Running backs — aging solution
- Tight End — solution
As you can see, it’s all relative, and we know which way Cris Carter thinks, but I’m curious to see what you all say.