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RG3 needs receiving weapons.
Outside of Pierre Garcon, the Redskins' wideouts are far from intimidating.
Santana Moss was once a viable, well-rounded pass-catcher—he has four 1,000-yard campaigns on his resume—but at 34, the former University of Miami star just doesn't have the speed he once did. Without that speed, Moss can't produce consistently. He's on pace for 38 receptions, 461 yards and one touchdown, all of which would be his lowest totals since 2002.
Josh Morgan's never had more than 52 receptions or 698 yards in a given season in his NFL career, and Aldrick Robinson, though fast, is tremendously boom or bust.
Washington could have something with Leonard Hankerson, the 6'2'' receiver drafted out of Miami in the third round of the 2011 draft, but he tore his ACL and LCL in the Week 11 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Rookie tight end Jordan Reed showed plenty of promise in his first professional campaign and will likely be a major part of the team's future, although he's currently dealing with a concussion.
Overall, though, Griffin III has one underwhelming group of pass-catchers at his disposal.
That has to change if the Redskins want their quarterback's development to continue.