Leroy Hill, K.J. Wright and rookie Bobby Wagner have a tough task ahead. The Redskins averaged an NFL-best 169.3 rushing yards a game with the dual rookie threat of running back Alfred Morris and quarterback Robert Griffin III, who can execute the read-option to a T. Seahawks coaches also have installed the read-option for rookie quarterback Russell Wilson. Their knowledge of the scheme should help when it comes to ensure the scout team provides good looks for the defense in practice. But there is no way to truly emulate a multidimensional threat like Griffin with a reserve player. - Alex Marvez
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