STATE OF THE FRANCHISE
Last season was a complete train wreck for the Redskins' franchise. The team regressed in almost all facets of the game, on the heels of a 2012 season in which they were crowned NFC East Champions for the first time since 1999.
After displaying plenty of promise during the aforementioned 2012 campaign, franchise quarterback Robert Griffin suffered a torn ACL in the playoffs (on Jan. 6, 2013), which clouded his status in advance of last year's season opener. Though Griffin sat out the team's entire preseason slate, he was able to take the field in Week 1. However, he struggled to display the same level of success he enjoyed out of the gate as a pro and was eventually shut down late in the season.
Meanwhile, after coming out of nowhere to put up big production as a rookie, Alfred Morris saw a dip in his numbers in 2013, while seeing his workload decrease from 335 to 276 carries. He did sport a respectable 4.6 yards per carr You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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