Despite struggling to generate very many positives through the first 30 minutes of the season, Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan admitted that he was pleased with how the offense bounced back in the second half behind Robert Griffin III’s career-high in completions (30) and a two touchdown effort from wide receiver Leonard Hankerson.
Running back Alfred Morris, who uncharacteristically fumbled the ball twice in the first quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles, acknowledged that while he’s still disappointed in his Week 1 performance he’s refocusing his efforts on a Green Bay Packers team that gave up 90 rushing yards to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday in a losing effort.
Shanahan discussed his thoughts on the two second-year studs, preparations for a Green Bay defense that has one of the best linebackers in the game today in Clay Matthews and how to get playing time for all four tight ends.
Kyle on TE J. Reed: "He showed us out on the field…he's going to be a helluva player. He showed on MNF the game wasn't too big for him."—
Washington Redskins (@Redskins) September 12, 2013
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