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Redskins Players Optimistic About Offense

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Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon says the Redskins offense has the potential to be the best ever in the NFL.

Last season the Redskins offense ranked 4th in the NFL in scoring with a rookie quarterback and rookie running back.   With a healthy tight end in Fred Davis and a healthy Garcon the Redskins are optimistic heading into this season.

Redskins receiver Santana Moss says, "I'm a humble guy so when it comes down to that type of stuff, I don't get all worked up when it comes to talk, but I feel like if we keep improving and improving we can be."

Fred Davis says, "I definitely feel his words, but we have to go out and prove it and go out there and make it happen but if we stay healthy anything is possible."

Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan says, "Our expectations are high, we're going to concentrate every day on getting better, and if we do that we have a chance to get better."

Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III singled out wide receiver Aldrick Robinson on Monday when RG3 was asked who has impressed him the most.

Griffin III says, "I think he's really stepped his game up to the next level. He's a guy that we definitely have to get out on the field a lot more. Very dynamic, very fast and the one thing he's really improved is his consistency catching the ball especially in traffic. I think he can attest to that and see it out there in practice. He's just looked phenomenal."

Robinson says, "I think I can be a big contributor, whatever they give me, whatever position I am in I got to make the most of my opportunities. I'm still working on being that much more consistent, but I think I'm coming along for the first couple days."

Griffin also says he has had no swelling or pain in his surgically repaired right knee.  RG3 says he will wear a knee brace for the entire season.



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