Mike Shanahan may have put his stamp on the zone, one-cut run scheme that he championed during his time in Denver. But for the Washington Redskins in 2012, it's all about scoring points through the air.
Robert Griffin III's throwing prowess has been well-documented up to this point and, though it may not be the most star-studded host of roster additions to arrive in Ashburn this summer (which could turn out to be a good thing), there's no arguing the Redskins have improved their offensive personnel.
Chief among the newer faces at Redskins park is fifth-year receiver Pierre Garcon.
The former Colt is fresh off a career season after pulling in 70 receptions for 947 yards. While that may not be a Calvin Johnson-esque stat line, one can't help but notice the progression Garcon has managed since his rookie season in 2008.
Robert Griffin III may be a phenom and potential game-changer, but this isn't an old Looney Tunes episode. And where Bugs Bunny could literally play an entire game of baseball by himself, RG3 is, unfortunately, going to need the help of a bevy of skill players.
Other than Griffin III, Garcon may well be the most important skill player for the Redskins in 2012.
Here are four reasons why.