New-Look Washington Offense Has High Upside, Playoff Potential

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New-Look Washington Offense Has High Upside, Playoff Potential
New-Look Washington Offense Has High Upside, Playoff Potential

The Washington Redskins finished 2017 with a 7-9 record—the first losing mark for the team since head coach Jay Gruden's initial year in 2014. Then, the franchise was coming off a disastrous 3-13 season under former head coach Mike Shanahan, so Gruden's 4-12 blemish wasn't quite seen as his fault. A 9-7 campaign in 2015, followed by an 8-7-1 mark in 2016, implied progress. But there's no way to avoid seeing regression when looking at last year's offense. Gruden's crew finished 16th in both points and yards, its worst standings since 2014 and 2015, respectively. Washington finished 20th in Football Outsiders' opponent-adjusted offensive rankings, down from fifth the year before. In the offseason,

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