Redskins Faltering, But Don't Blame RG3

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There’s no question that the Washington Redskins are better at quarterback this season than they have been in a long, long time. And as rookie Robert Griffin III continues to develop, he could become even more productive. But Griffin plays one position. The Redskins need to improve at many others.

The team’s overall lack of progress under Coach Mike Shanahan has become increasingly clear during their latest losing streak, which stands at three games after a 21-13 loss to the Carolina Panthers.

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