Robert Griffin III will start Week 1, and the read-option remains a Redskins staple. But with Alfred Morris a year better, expect emphasis on an already stout run game.
The Redskins defeated the Cowboys to claim their first NFC East title since 1999, when QB Robert Griffin III was 9 years old.
The Redskins clinched the NFC East and a playoff berth with a win over the Cowboys and mistake-probe QB Tony Romo.
The Redskins didn't clinch anything after their 27-20 win over the Eagles on Sunday, so their playoff situation remains simple: Beat Dallas and they clinch the NFC East and earn a first-round home game.
Robert Griffin III deserves, and receives, a lot of credit for the Redskins' turnaround this season. But the Redskins showed in Sunday's 38-21 win over Cleveland, their success is owed to more than just their rookie standout quarterback.
The Redskins' win Sunday over Cleveland coupled with the Giants' loss has Washington in good position for a playoff spot.
The Redskins bolstered their playoff chances with an overtime win over the Ravens.
The Redskins rallied to beat the Ravens in overtime, but the victory may have cost them dearly as quarterback Robert Griffin III suffered a knee injury and will have an MRI on Sunday night.

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