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Washington Redskins tickets are one of the most difficult NFL tickets to get your hands on. People spend years on the waiting list just for a chance. 2015 Redskins tickets could make it even tougher as it appears Dan Snyder has finally put the pieces in place to make the Redskins a formidable team. Snyder began by bringing in Bruce Allen, a well respected GM who’s logged time with both the raiders and Buccaneers. Allen in turn reached out and landed former Broncos Super Bowl coach Mike Shanahan to coach the team. In a bold move, Shanahan cut ties with Jason Campbell and traded for Donovan McNabb to quarterback the newest edition of the Washington Redskins. Now loaded with new talent and ready to shed the past, Redskins tickets mean change for the better in 2015.
Mike Shanahan will continue to run his usual West Coast style offense with the Redskins but fans can expect a few more wrinkles than they saw under the previous regime. Shanahan is also known for getting the most out of his running backs and asking his quarterback to be mobile, utilizing roll outs and motion to create mismatches. Donovan McNabb should fit well into the offense, as his experience and big arm lend themselves to the scheme. Hopefully the new system of zone blocking will revive the career of Clinton Portis, who has been used as a workhorse of late. Backup Larry Johnson is more of a full bore straight up the middle runner and his big frame works in short yardage situations.
Donovan McNabb is a more talented and reliable passer than Jason Campbell so Redskins ticket holders will see plenty of short passing with the occasional deep throw mixed in. Tight ends Chris Colley and Fred Davis should thrive with McNabb under center. Santana Moss could return to big time production too, as the Redskins will use plenty of motion to eliminate double teams on their #1 wideout. Getting better production from Devin Thomas would help and it would also be nice to see Malcolm Kelly become more productive.
The Redskins defense will feature a mix of the 3-4 and 4-3 style. The solidity of the offensive line would be helped by the appearance of Albert Haynesworth but his offseason antics and bad attitude could affect this unit negatively. It’s an issue that Shanahan has to settle. Defensive Coordinator Jim Haslett loves to blitz and having Haynesworth around to wreak havoc could only be a plus. The rest of the defensive line are journeymen, decent but not great and the Redskins could seek help at this spot later on. Linebacker Brian Orakpo looks to be the playmaker of the second tier. Haslett will use him as a blitzer, keeping Andre Carter and Chris Wilson primarily for run support. Haslett is a proven Coordinator but Redskins ticket holders may have to be patient as the defense jells into a workable unit.
The Washington Redskins schedule is chock full of great games. Of course there’s the usual battle developing in the NFC East as the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants seek the path to a Super Bowl. But besides the NFC East war, the Redskins will have to deal with the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, and AFC Champion Indianapolis Colts at FedEx Field. The season of change in Washington is about to begin and Redskins tickets are the only way to see what Mike Shanahan has in store for the NFC East.
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Potential New York Giants Free Agent Target: Defensive Tackle, Barry Cofield
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Washington Redskins: NFL Draft First-Round Fits, Prospects
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2015 NFL Mock Draft: Washington Redskins Four Round Mocks
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