Washington Redskins coach Jim Zorn said today that he will stick with Jason Campbell as his starting quarterback for Monday's night's game against the Eagles, the Associated Press reported.
Zorn made the statement on his ESPN980 radio show in Washington.
Campbell was benched for the second half in the Redskins' 14-6 loss to Kansas City on Sunday. Todd Collins replaced Campbell but could not mount a TD drive.
Campbell has started all six games for the 2-4 Redskins. He has completed 107-of-163 passes for 1,197 yards. he has thrown six touchdown passes and six interceptionss. His passer rating is 84.3.