The Redskins kept nearly all of their games close last year, enabling Kyle Shanahan to be flexible with his play calling.
There have been a lot of questions about the Redskins’ play calling during their first two games, particularly the lack of runs by Robert Griffin III. Both Mike and Kyle Shanahan have said that it has been game situations, not Griffin’s health, that have put the shackles on the quarterback who was so dynamic last year.
Here is Kyle’s explanation:
“I just think it’s been the situation in games. . .