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Jim Zorn will take advantage of the extra day of preparation before the Washington Redskins’ next game to make a decision on his starting quarterback.
Zorn replaced Jason Campbell at halftime of Sunday’s 14-6 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs with Todd Collins, who also struggled after his first pass went for a 42-yard gain to Santana Moss.
But Collins was unable to get the Redskins into the end zone, leaving Zorn with enough doubt that he wouldn’t announce a starter for the Oct. 26 home game against Philadelphia.
“I’m going to evaluate what’s going on,” Zorn said. “I still have confidence in what Jason can do. To me, he was just not comfortable in the pocket and some of the things going on down the field. He wasn’t getting the ball downfield the way I thought he should.”
It was the first time in Campbell’s 42 starts that he was removed for performance. He did not address reporters after the game.
Campbell was 9-for-16 for 89 yards and one interception.
Fullback Mike Sellers summed up the Redskins’ miserable end to Sunday’s first half.
“I don’t think anything has been smooth for us the whole season,” he said.
The latest was squandering a prime scoring opportunity — ball on the Kansas City 46 with 60 seconds and one timeout remaining.
The Redskins started at their own 12 with 2:15 remaining and all three timeouts. The Redskins moved to their own 45 before calling the first timeout with 1:20 left in the half.
The second timeout was called at the one-minute mark following a 7-yard pass to Chris Cooley.
On third down, Clinton Portis ran 2 yards on third-and-1 to give the Redskins a new set of downs. But after the play, no timeout was called, and Campbell didn’t spike the ball.
Instead, nearly 30 seconds were wasted on the next play — a 4-yard pass to Portis. The final timeout was used at the 24-second mark. Three plays later, from the Kansas City 36, Campbell heaved a pass to the goal line that was intercepted.
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