Washington Redskins: First Quarter Report Card – Grading the Offense and Defense

Posted: October 4, 2012 in Redskins
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Cowboys Vs. Redskins


Offense: A

It’s amazing what the addition of a franchise quarterback can do. The Redskins are ranked 3rd in total offense. The last time they ranked better than 11th was in 1999 when Brad Johnson was the signal caller. The ‘Skins are averaging nearly 30 points per game and the best rushing team at over 175 yards per game. For the first time in over a decade, I can truly say, “well maybe we can outscore them”. Their offense needs to get better on third downs as they rank last in the league but overall they are getting the job done.

Difference maker: Robert Griffin III- 103.2 QB Rating 69.4 Comp. % 4 TDs Pass 4 TDs Run ONE INTERCEPTION No Fumbles Lost (5 total)

Good Surprise: Alfred Morris…who? (that’s me 4 weeks ago) He’s 5th in rushing in the league. Hard nosed. Falls forward. Speed…

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