Playing Wait and See Is Just a "Ticking Time Bomb"

Travis EvansCorrespondent IApril 4, 2009

LANDOVER, MD - AUGUST 28: Quarterback Colt Brennan #5 of the Washington Redskins passes the ball during the preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on August 28, 2008 at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)

As of two days ago the Redskins must make amends with Jason Campbell after trying to trade him to the Denver Broncos.

The Chicago Bears offered two first round draft picks, No. 18 in this year's draft and unknown pick in 2010. They also traded a third rounder and in return got a fifth rounder for disgruntled QB Jay Cutler.

Now all Redskins fans have to wait and see how Jason Campbell will preform and also how he copes with all of the talk about "this being his last year and then Brennan era starts" or the trade winds blowing into D.C.

As of now, Jason Campbell seems confident in his set of skills and that he can lead this team. But how long till Brennan kills it in preseason or until the Redskins collapse again. Then you will here the Brennan shouts in unison at FedEx Field or talks about Jim Zorn not being able to take the pressure of being a head coach.

With taking this approach to this season—how long fans of Skin's nation, how long till we return to a winning playoff team that can reach the Superbowl?

With additions such as Haynesworth and whomever we draft this year we should be a playoff team, also the line has gotten Derrick Dockery back, which should keep the o-line talks down.

Our season rides on a second year coach in Jim Zorn and a good, but not great QB in Jason Campbell. It also leans on how they move the ball to the low production young WR's in Kelly and Thomas.

So lets see how long it takes fellas till we see the improvements or until the chants become screams.