Raub Posted November 22, 2006 Share Posted November 22, 2006 http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/11/21/AR2006112101753.html Against Tampa Bay, Williams and Buenning exploited the right side of the Redskins' defense, and for Griffin and Daniels watching the film Sunday night, it was apparent, especially because primarily running to the weak side goes against football convention. The strong side -- the side of the offensive line on which the tight end lines up -- is designed for running plays. But the Redskins are so deficient on the opposite side of the line that teams have run at Carter and Holdman all season long. "We pride ourselves on running the ball and stopping people from running on us. That's how we won last year," Daniels said. "This isn't Redskin ball right now. We are about going out and hitting people in the mouth and not letting people run on us." Click link for rest of article. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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