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Latest John Beck Items
Just when LaRon Landry thought he was ready to get back into game action with the Washington Redskins, he experienced a setback.
Anytime John Beck or Rex Grossman talks at Redskins Park, the questions come in rapid-fire form. Everyone got a chance to see both quarterbacks in the same game last week against the Indianapolis Colts, so their competition is a front-burner subject.
On the day Washington Redskins quarterback John Beck turned 30, he was praised by coach Mike Shanahan for his play against the Indianapolis Colts.
My observations, analysis and conclusions about the Washington Redskins' offense after re-watching their 16-3 preseason victory over the Indianapolis Colts using the TV broadcast:
If the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback job is John Beck's to lose, he did enough in his highly-anticipated preseason debut Friday night to maintain his advantage over Rex Grossman.
It has been 3 1/2 months since Mike Shanahan emerged from the Washington Redskins' draft war room and said of John Beck: "I think the world of him." That sentence was enough to shift the NFL hype machine into overdrive, and when that happens during a lockout, a few weeks seem like an eternity.
Here are five questions for which I’ll be looking for answers in the Washington Redskins‘ second preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts on Friday night.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan announced Tuesday morning that quarterback John Beck will start Friday night’s preseason road game against the Indianapolis Colts.
The blockbuster quarterback competition between Rex Grossman and John Beck has made the Washington Redskins a national punch line this summer. That's understandable. Grossman couldn't turn his 2006 Super Bowl appearance into any sort of staying power in Chicago, and Beck is competing with an intern's résumé.