Rich Tandler of Real Redskins was asked if the team would be 'pass-first' in 2014: "Actually, 35 pass attempts per game would not really make them “pass first”. The NFL average last year was 35.4 attempts per game so in those terms a 35 pass per game pace would make them relatively balanced. Last year the Redskins averaged 38.2 passes per game, while Jay Gruden’s Bengals averaged 36.6. Mike and Kyle Shanahan did not want to pass that much but game situations forced them to do so. But the Shanahans didn’t have DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts. If the Redskins play to their strengths, they should pass more often than the average team. I’ll put the over/under at 37.5 pass attempts per game."
Rich Tandler of Real Redskins was asked if the team wou...
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