The progress wasn’t visible on Wednesday, not by quarterback Robert Griffin III nor by the Redskins offense. The defense walked away feeling good about its day as it should have; the offense did not.
Passes were off target, not just by Griffin but by all the quarterbacks. The first two offenses couldn’t maneuver down the field in the two-minute drill. And, for Griffin, it was a sporadic day at best.
Just a reminder that it's not all puppy dogs and ice cream in Washington. The team is learning a new offense and there have been growing pains.