Even though there are still 14 games left in the regular season, the Washington Redskins have plenty of reasons to panic after their 0-2 start. While their defense is nothing to write home about, their offense has been a mess.
Against the Detroit Lions, the Redskins are more likely to flounder on offense than feast on the underrated Lions defense.
The Redskins defense is in disarray, due in part to Robert Griffin III's spotty play as well as the stagnant offensive game plan. Now defenses know that RGIII isn't going to take off, and thus they can play a much more attacking defense to exploit the Redskins' limited offensive options.
With all of that in mind, here's how the Redskins offense performs against the Lions defense.