Zorn Says his Playcalling is Not an Issue

Redskins head coach Jim Zorn spent Monday dissecting the repeated red zone meltdowns that made Sunday’s 9-7 win a less-than-fulfilling victory. He cited plenty of things that went wrong – dropped passes, failed blocks and more – but he remains satisfied with his decisions as a play-caller. “I am,” Zorn said. “I mean, if I could see it now – every play that was going to fail before it failed – I’m with you, I wouldn’t call it. But I felt very confident. Because we work on it. We have to execute it.” Eighteen games into the Zorn era, the Redskins have yet to score 30 points, they’ve yet to win a game by more than eight points and through two games this season, the offense has scored one touchdown.


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One Response to “Zorn Says his Playcalling is Not an Issue”

  1. Matt Lawson says:

    and that one touchdown for the offense came at garbage time against a shotty fourth string giants secondary who had a hundred starters sitting out.

    are you counting that fake field goal call? actually that was a good call, nobody expected that thing.

    but zorns playcalling looks ugly as hell, especially in the red zone. for an nfc east team to only be able to throw it to a tight end to make things happen – is a huge problem.

    apparently “west coast offense” is code for “everything must be a gadget play”.

    its obvious zorn is in denial, and hes not the right fit for the nfc east. move him out