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Robert Griffin III is expected to be at full strength coming off his concussion against the Falcons, and hopefully he will learn from running flush out of the pocket.
The more you run in the NFL, the more you are prone to major injuries and certainly the Redskins need their franchise quarterback to stay in the pocket and in one piece.
The Redskins are not loaded with playmakers to allow Griffin to go bonkers every game, but they do have Alfred Morris. Running in between tackles fairly well this season.
In fact, Washington is currently fourth in the NFL averaging 162.6 yards per game and it will be a stiff challenge going up against Chad Greenway and sixth rated run defense of Minnesota.
The Vikings defense has been sensational this year, allowing just 304 yards per game (seventh). Jasper Brinkley and Erin Henderson has made this linebacker corps one of the best in the NFL and their secondary has avoided getting burn...