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Thanks for Coming, Jim Zorn

December 22, 2009

Last night was a bit of a snoozefest in DC as the Giants pounded the Redskins, 45-12. Before the game, I’d say Washington coachJim Zornhad maybe a one percent chance of keeping his job, and that percentage went down after one of the more head-scratching plays of the season. In case you missed it, the Redskins were down 24-0 as the first half was coming to an end. They lined up for a 38-yard field goal, only to fake it and send most of the team over to the left, leaving only the snapper, the holder and the kicker in the middle of the field. The Giants saw the formation and called a timeout to stop the play. So what did Zorn do? He called the same play again. The Giants sniffed it out and the play failed as Redskins holder Hunter Smith aimlessly threw the ball in the air. It was ugly.

Here’s a video of the play

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