Washington Redskins: What We’ve Learned Through Week 2 of Preseason

August 22, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Washington Redskins didn't learn many things they'll like after Week 2 of the preseason. For instance, new offensive line coach Bill Callahan learned he'll need to add miracle worker to his job title if he's ever going to build a front this team's quarterbacks can survive behind.
More dreadful line play early on in the 21-17 win over the Detroit Lions on Thursday left Robert Griffin III in 1,000 pieces. That's probably not an overstatement.
Griffin might have been poor against Detroit, or he might have been effective. It's impossible to tell since there wasn't even time to find out between his taking the ball from center and seeing the ground hurtling up at him.
At least the running game is strong. At this rate, the Redskins may be safer never putting the ball in the air at all this season. That sound you hear is DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon collectively weeping.
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