The season is almost upon us, how do you think your team will do? What players will make or break your season? Play-offs or not? For the Redskins, I'm going to call 6-10. First off, I think the division is very strong and it's going to be a battle just to be competitive, secondly, with the schedule featuring all three NFC East opponent on the road in the opening 5 weeks and opening at home to the Saints, I think a bad start could hinder the season as a whole. 1-4 is very possible, even 0-5! Jason Campbell is obviously the key and if he gets the scheme and produces quickly, then results can and probably will be a lot better. I like JC a lot, but I do have some doubts, especially when he double clutches a lot. In an offense such as this, where getting the ball out quick is so important, that could be his achilles heel. Zorn has backed him to the hilt, naming him the starter pretty much as soon as he got the head coaching gig and naming him a team captain but if he does struggle I get the feeling it wouldn't be long before Colt Brennan would get his chance. I'm not overly concerned about how inconsistent things were in pre-season, although the pass protection has to improve and it's part of the reason Jon Jansen has lost his starting job but a bigger factor will be having Portis play full time. He can carry this offense but he'll be much more effective if he doesn't have to and can be part of an attack rather than 90% of it. With only 5 WR's on the roster and two of those Devin Thomas (who doesn;t look ready) and Malcolm Kelly (who is injured) I expect Cooley and Fred Davis to get lots of playing time, featuring in the 4 WR sets as a slot receiver too. One prediction from me is that Randle El will lead this team in receptions. He'll start in 2 WR sets but when it goes to 3 or 4 WR's he'll play the slot more and I think he can have a major impact from there. Defensively, this team might struggle more against the run than in recent times, I think the loss of Phillip Daniels miss more important than some realize, he was our best run stopper on the line. Hopefully, the addition of Taylor will see an improved pass rush and result in more turnovers which is something this D still needs to improve upon. Zorn gets a free pass in year one as long as the team is reasonably competitive and he doesn't look totally lost as well as signs his offensive system and play calling can be a winner down the line.