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Mike Shanahan, Robert Griffin III and the Redskins could not have asked more of Kirk Cousins on Sunday.
His numbers were near perfect and his final passer rating was 104.4.
Also, in an article by Tom Withers of the Associated Press via Yahoo! Sports:
Cousins may not have RG3's talent, but the fourth-round pick from Michigan State was efficient, accurate and only made one major mistake - an early interception to set up Cleveland's first TD.
If the Browns thought they were getting a break, Cousins proved to be as challenging to stop as his more elusive and hyped teammate.
Factor in Cousins spreading the field to all available receiving targets, hitting each dimension and taking what Cleveland gave, the rookie picked the Browns apart. And because of that impact through the air, Cousins' presence set up Alfred Morris on the ground.
There, Morris totaled 87 rushing yards and two scores on 27 attempts.
Although, that production does not happen unless Cousins thwarts Cleveland, courtesy of smooth marksmanship and a quick delivery. Washington fans have every reason to feel confident whenever this guy is under center, period.
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