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Ultimately, that flexibility is the key, Shanahan said. The Redskins rank first in the league in yards per pass and second in yards per run.

“What we’ve tried to do is adjust our offense to the type of defense we’re going to face, and we have the capabilities to do a lot of different things,” Shanahan said. “As you get a quarterback like Robert, you see what he’s comfortable with and you try to run your offense accordingly. But it’s a learning experience. We’re going to grow with this thing every week.”

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