LANDOVER, Md. (AP) -- "Avoid, reset and throw." Jason Campbell did just that, then hit Santana Moss for a 67-yard touchdown pass that won the game.
Campbell and new Washington Redskins coach Jim Zorn's West Coast offense succeeded in Week 2 as spectacularly as it failed in Week 1. Campbell went from uncomfortable to prolific, completing 24 of 36 passes for 321 yards in a 29-24 victory over the New Orleans Saints.
The big play came with 3:29 left and the Redskins trailing 24-22. Campbell avoided the rush, stepped forward and hit Moss in stride, the receiver one step ahead of cornerback Tracy Porter.
Zorn had chided Campbell for failing to "avoid, reset and throw" on a similar play in the season opening loss to the New York Giants, costing the team a potential long touchdown pass to Moss.
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