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Scott Turner Presser: The offense is starting to look more like what we envisioned it looking like

Scott Turner speaks to the media

NFL: Washington Football Team-Training Camp Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Ron Rivera didn’t hold his usual Monday presser today, he was a little busy having his last cancer treatment! Instead of Rivera, the Washington Football Team provided Offensive Coordinator Scott Turner and Defensive Coordinator Jack Del Rio to the media.

Kyle Allen did a great job vs the Cowboys, especially on third downs and with his decision making according to Scott Turner. Allen did a good job of getting big plays and playing turnover-free football. Turner wants to see him avoid sacks by getting the ball out quicker.

The Rams game two weeks ago was about as bad as it could get for the offense(and the entire team). Turner was happy that his players were able to bounce back over the past two games, and put that performance in the past. The team is focused on improving every week, and there are young players on this team looking to have long careers in the NFL.

Terry McLaurin has been a pro since Day 1. Turner and the WRs coaches have been pushing F1 to get even better in his 2nd year. Turner liked McLaurin’s speech at the end of Sunday’s game. McLaurin is a lead by example kind of player, so when a guy that has that kind of ability talks, people listen.

Kyle Allen:

Avoiding sacks:

Bouncing back from their Rams performance:

Continue improving:

Cam Sims:

Terry McLaurin:

Running backs:

Antonio Gibson:

Play action:

Cornelius Lucas:

Expectations for the offense:

Logan Thomas:

Peyton Barber:

Offense the last two games:

Ron Rivera’s cancer treatment: