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PPI: Redskins NFL Scouting Combine--Offense Edition


The Hall of Famer
Mar 30, 2010
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Some nice, reassuring insight here, and some guesses about where we may go in the draft.

For over a month now, Jay Gruden has been working like a mad scientist composing a fresh philosophy for Washington’s offense. With assistance from Sean McVay, Washington’s new offensive coordinator, Gruden plans to incorporate a multifaceted scheme. Obviously there will be similarities to what Gruden did with the Cincinnati Bengals. However, he will adapt to some of the core Redskins’ players. Gruden doesn’t believe in boxing guys into a system. He’s always adding to it and finding ways to highlight what each player does best.

The Redskins also have to get heavier and more powerful up front. Gruden’s bread and butter with the Bengals was an old John Riggins favorite — the “Power O” play. That was a staple of the offense, especially against 3-4 defenses. Washington will transition from a base zone blocking team to more of a power run game. Every position right of Trent Williams needs an upgrade. But I believe the focus will be primarily on both guard spots.

Washington Redskins Jay Gruden Prepares For The NFL Scouting Combine

Lanky Livingston

Awesome find, thanks for sharing. Sounds like things are finally running as they should!

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