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Head coach Mike Shanahan was making most of us look pretty stupid when we blasted his decision to stick with Rex Grossman and John Beck at quarterback, and Grossman came out and played well in a 3-1 start.
After their 20-13 loss to the previously 1-4 (who would have though we would be saying that?) Philadelphia Eagles, however, we feel a little better about ourselves. Grossman was back to his usual self, throwing four interceptions.
You might let him off the hook considering he was up against players like Nnamdi Asomugha, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Asante Samuel, but three of his four picks were to safety Kurt Coleman. That's not a slight to Coleman's impressive performance, it's just that, frankly, he's no Ed Reed.
Shanahan has done a great job so far this season, but it's hard to win when your quarterback throws four picks and your offense can't move the ball against one of the worst-ranked defenses in the country.