I apologize in advance if this has already been posted. I did a search but didn't bring anything back about this article (when I finally got the search to work)
I thought it was a pretty good article and summarized how I feel about the situation:
His decision-making has improved, his reaction time has gotten better and his eye level has been focused down the field. All of this improvement has occurred without talking to the play caller, Sherman Lewis, and having multiple coaches in his ear. Imagine how good he could become if you removed the dysfunction of the 'Skins from his life?
and . . .
But now, he appears to be a much better player, albeit with some of the same mistakes, but he has demonstrated tremendous progress. He is far from perfect, but he can function well, and if the right supporting cast is around him, he can help a team win. So if Snyder does give the keys to the Redskins kingdom to Mike Shanahan, he will at least have a short-term option for Shanahan to work with at quarterback. Campbell might not be the perfect Mike Shanahan kind of quarterback, but the alternatives might not be as promising, either.
Campbell does have the ability to move around, and he can run all the boots and nakeds that make Shanahan's offense so effective. His exposure to the terminology of the West Coast offense would allow him to adapt to the Shanahan offense, and there would be less transition time. It's not a stretch to think that Campbell, based on his recent play, could be effective in the Shanahan offense as long as he can demonstrate an ability to lead the team and handle the volume of offense.
Maybe the draft will yield a young star, but in the meantime, it will be hard to find a better quarterback available than Campbell. It's easy to say run him off, but who replaces him? For me, I'm keeping Campbell and optimistic about his ability to keep improving.
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