The sense is that the Redskins won’t need to use play-action pass as much because of an improved receiving corps, one that is much more capable of winning one-on-one battles at the line (unlike last season).
Therefore, in theory, it should result in quicker opportunities for QB Robert Griffin III. That will allow the Redskins to use less complicated reads until Griffin and the receivers grow in the offense.
The story also adds the run game is going to remain the same, something many assume wouldn't be the case. That's due to Alfred Morris being a workhorse back. The story added the Griffin had a great offseason, but this is his first legitimate NFL offseason and he's learning his second offense. However, with the Skins investing so much in the passing game, look for them to utilize it.