Robert Griffin III's future isn't the only one for the Washington Redskins that will be debated in the offseason. As of now, it looks like Griffin will return -- whether or not the coaches consider that the best move. It's a decision that will be made by multiple people, not just head coach Jay Gruden.
'm a big fan of the Dallas offensive line and it's hard not to be given how they play (three Pro Bowlers). Right guard Zack Martin will receive consideration for offensive rookie of the year because of how well he plays. He works well to the linebackers. Murray runs behind a good line that allows him to run for a lot of yards. But Murray helps out by running with good vision. Time and again he'll allow blocks to set up and then use his vision to make a cut. It's not as if every time he gets a lot of yards, but that style enables him to be an effective runner -- and behind this line that has turned him into the NFL's leading rusher.
The Redskins signed Hatcher to a four-year with $10.5-million guaranteed in the offseason, hoping he would solve the interior pass rush problems. He has recorded 5.5 sacks and 25 quarterback hits/pressures - both are second on the team to linebacker Ryan Kerrigan.
Quarterback Robert Griffin III will be seeking to win back-to-back starts for the first time since the end of the 2012 regular season. Last Saturday, he showed modest signs of progress against the Eagles, completing 69.6 percent of his passes while avoiding any turnovers and completing the fifth game-winning drive of his career in the fourth quarter or overtime. But now comes the hard part: producing a repeat performance against a Dallas defense that held Andrew Luck and the Colts' powerful attack to seven points last week.
Zac Boyer of the Washington Times talked to Redskins coach Jay Gruden yesterday and the coach said that he was "absolutely" interested in bringing back Jim Haslett as his defensive coordinator.