03 Jun 2005
Miami po-po is looking for Sean Taylor, but oddly they don't know if he's a victim, witness or suspect. Whatever the case, I'm sure Joe Gibbs would rather have Taylor in DC where he could keep closer tabs on him. In April 2004 the 'Skins passed on Kellen Winslow to take Taylor, and Winslow promised to "make them pay." Little did we know that Winlsow was referring to his Sean Taylor voodoo doll, not his ability to play tight end.
Are the best defenses against play action the best against regular passes too? How much impact does play action really have in an NFL game, and does it correlate from year to year?