“It was a slow process,” McCoy said. “We had to figure out what kind of offense we were going to run. They figured out this whole option attack, and it’s been going great.”
The same was true of the Redskins before their season ended Sunday. Fans didn’t get to see a healthy, effective RG3 in the final game this year at FedEx Field. But they were able to see a reasonable facsimile lead the other team to victory.
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