“I felt like I got out there and got some reps early, so I was able to reinforce that positive feeling about what we were doing,” he said. “Getting a lot of kicks at the beginning really helped.”
Then Morris ran for 96 yards and two touchdowns, showing he might deserve to shoulder the load moving forward.
“I know what I’m capable of,” Morris said. “I know what type of guy I am; I know my work ethic, and I’m going to go out there and get it done no matter what.”
• Safety Jordan Bernstine suffered a severely sprained right knee on a kickoff in the fourth quarter. Coach Mike Shanahan said he is expected to miss significant time.
• Veteran quarterback Rex Grossman was inactive Sunday, and rookie Kirk Cousins backed up Griffin.
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