The aftermath of the Redskins 31-16 loss to the Dallas Cowboys leaves the team with a 1-4 record, but there were signs of life for Washington's offense.
The team produced more than 400 yards of offense against the Cowboys, and, perhaps more importantly, quarterback Robert Griffin III found his legs. On nine carries, RG3 rushed for almost 80 yards, his highest total this season and more than he put together in the season's first four games. Alfred Morris also chipped in with more than 80 yards and a touchdown on the ground.
Is Griffin finally getting back to form following last season's knee injury? Will the Redskins rushing attack return to 2012 form? With RG3 running well, will the Skins be able to successfully run the read-option moving forward?
Most importantly, how close are RG3 and the offense to carrying the Redskins? Let us know in the comments!