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Could Fogerson help complete Sark's arsenal?

History has shown that when Steve Sarkisian has quality fullbacks and tight ends at his disposal, he uses them. For real. It's slight of hand; they are as integral a part of his offense as the running backs and wide receivers. It complements what he tries to do in a way that gives him a full deck to work with, and it stretches every part of the field against every defensive player imaginable.

Given that most teams would load up on Chris Polk this fall because Washington is bringing along two very young quarterbacks, Sarkisian might adhere to the time-honored principles of using the pass to set up the run, and using a short, horizontal passing game to stretch defenses and keep them honest - beliefs brought to life by Bill Walsh, LaVell Edwards, and others. Those two coaches also happen...

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