During a post-practice interview Robert Griffin III said, "When you start off Day 1, by Day 5, you need to be a better football team, and I think that's happening. It's not just offense, but defense, special teams. I think we're coming together, and that's what you want to see throughout camp." If last year is any testament, the Redskins have a lot of room for improvement and some of it starts with the quarterback. Offensive coordinator Sean McVay has said, "I think he's done a really good job on working on his mechanics, his footwork and his delivery." The Redskins are coming off a 3-13 season and can only move upward.
Last year the whole Redskin offense was out of whack. There were quarters in which the offense halted and the defense gave up a considerable amount of points. There was no flow. With the statements that are coming out of camp, it sounds like they may have found their flow. Griffin hasn't hit his prime yet and with the addition of Desean Jackson, I can really see the whole offense performing well. This is a good sign for to-be owners of any plays on the Redskin offense.