Your Friday open thread:
The Redskins had one of the best offenses in the NFL last year but their prized QB took some hits in the process. Mike Shanahan has said that the option game actually helps protect the quarterback because he takes fewer blindside hits; others are not so sure, saying that the sheer number of hits is to high.
Will the Redskins make wholesale changed to their offense, changing to a more conventional style to keep RG3 in the pocket? Or do they tweak what worked for them last year and rely on Griffin to protect himself?