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Video: Should the Redskins be concerned about McNabb?

In this week's Football Insider Live webcast, the Washington Post's Dan Steinberg, LaVar Arrington, Rick Maese and Jonathan Forsythe discussed the concerns rising from Sunday's win in Chicago, including Donovan McNabb's worst performance to-date for the Redskins.

To download the full podcast, click here.

Read Jason Reid's analysis of the Redskins' quarterback situation.

And vote on who you think should be the Redskins' starter by clicking here.

By Washington Post Sports  | October 27, 2010; 12:17 PM ET
 
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Duh!! He is starting to take the same beating that Jason had to endure without a better offensive line. The pattern is the same, Cooley and others have to stay and block the rush. Redskin opponents know this and are sending dbacks like crazy.

I am enjoying the skins this year, but we will not be successful until the O-line is fixed.

Posted by: 15of18 | October 27, 2010 4:36 PM | Report abuse

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