Who will start at quarterback for the Raiders against the Redskins today? Depends on who you want to believe.
A breakdown on which team has an advantage at each position between the Raiders and the Redskins.
Going into this week's game against Oakland, Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III should have more confidence.
A look at the players the Redskins will most likely be without today as they face off with the Raiders in Oakland.
Running back Alfred Morris is running the ball well and his 2.10 average yards after contact is second among running backs with at least 40 carries. Last year, he averaged 1.92 yards after contact (per ESPN Stats & Information). Yes, that's a hint to get him the ball more.
A task that was the among the Redskins' defensive strengths last season has become a liability, and the run-first Raiders will provide a fair evaluation of where the team stands.
The Redskins are off to a slow start offensively. After leading the NFL in yards per play in 2012 they are currently sixth at 6.1 yards per snap. They are way off of their game when it comes to running the ball. They led the league in rushing yards last year and now they are 20th.