When the Redskins win or lose, head coach Jay Gruden shoulders much of the praise or blame each week.
But for Brian Baldinger, assistant head coach/offensive line coach Bill Callahan deserves credit for how well Washington's offensive line held up in the Redskins' 16-3 win over the Buccaneers Sunday, despite being without three starters.
"You gotta credit Bill Callahan and the offensive staff to plug in three players like that on the offensive line and still squeak out 16 points," Baldinger said to The Junkies Tuesday.
"This has happened before to the Redskins, they just get ambushed with injuries. But to go down to Tampa and do what they did, it's a great win. They stay on top in the NFC East, you just got to find ways to get wins with, really, a fractured football team."
"They gave up 500 yards of offense, but they took the ball away four times. I think almost any defensive coordinator in the league would be willing to give up 500 yards of offense if you could take it away four times," said Baldinger.
"It's a great win. It's a great win after an ugly loss to the Falcons the week before."