A closer look at the Shanahan-Griffin relationship is relevant now that a decision must be made about whether to keep coach and quarterback together.
By Mike Wise and Keith McMillan
December 3, 2013
Kyle Shanahan said health isn’t an issue with his quarterback, but that instead, the struggles that have manifested themselves are more-so growing pains than anything.
Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan said he didn’t necessarily agree with quarterback Robert Griffin III’s assessment that the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday “knew what was coming” in the passing attack. But Shanahan said he didn’t take the comments as a shot directed at him.
Quarterback also says he would take comments back if he could.
Readers ask Mike Jones about the quarterback's throwing motion, his development and the line and play-calling that supports him, and more.
'I'm just looking forward to hopefully being in a normal game with them,' offensive coordinator says.
As they take on the Redskins inside the Metrodome, the Vikings will try to use crowd noise to their advantage.
Mark Bullock examines how the Redskins used three tight-end sets to run the ball, then threw the Chargers off by shifting to empty backfield from the same personnel group.
By Mark Bullock
November 6, 2013
The Redskins get a much-needed win in a game that basically, Washington could not afford to lose.
Redskins offensive coordinator doesn't dispute the notion that he abandoned the running game too quickly.