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Taylor could return to Redskins’ lineup
Zorn isn’t concerned about the lack of sacks, citing the mobility of opposing quarterbacks and the discipline of the defensive linemen to not allow long scrambles.
“We’ve faced some very tough quarterbacks,” Zorn said. “You’re not going to sack Donovan McNabb much and you’re not going to sack Tony Romo much. A lot of times, we’re getting pressure but not finishing because the ball is already gone. I’m excited we’re containing the quarterback. We’re trying everything we can to get there, but you can’t open up lanes for them to run in.”
The competition has also been good. The Redskins’ five opponents are ranked first, fourth, fifth, third and ninth in total offense. St. Louis is ranked 30th.
Even at less than 100 percent, getting Taylor back could be a boost. But if there is a flare-up, he knows another week off is possible.
“You do want to protect it during the week and not be too crazy with it, but I do realize I still have stitches in there and they can open back up,” he said. “There are things that can happen. You don’t want to be foolish.”
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