The Redskins and Sean McVay finalized a deal to promote the tight ends coach to offensive coordinator under new Coach Jay Gruden.
Mark Bullock examines some of the things Jay Gruden did well in the passing game while calling plays in Cincinnati, and how that might translate to the Redskins.
Redskins players expressed optimism and excitement over tight ends coach Sean McVay’s promotion to offensive coordinator under new coach Jay Gruden.
Mark Bullock returns to take a look at how Jay Gruden's preference for power runs matches up with Mike Shanahan preference for zone, and to examine whether the read option has a future here.
It's been intimated that Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins run different offenses, but Mark Bullock shows how, absent the read option, the two QBs run plays using the same concepts.
Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan said his relationship with Robert Griffin III is as good as it ever has been.
New York used a variety of defensive fronts to unleash a defense dedicated to stopping the Redskins running back, which worked but left other runs open.
Readers ask Mike Jones about the quarterback's throwing motion, his development and the line and play-calling that supports him, and more.
A corner route -- not a fade -- to Santana Moss against this particular goal-line coverage was solid, even though it didn't work late against the Vikings.
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.