Redskins coach Jay Gruden has three quarterbacks to choose from to start his team’s Week 15 game against the Giants, assuming that Colt McCoy is healthy enough to be an option. It appears that Gruden is going to go with McCoy if his sprained neck allows him to do so, with Robert Griffin III being the second option if McCoy can’t go. Gruden said that he took a look at Kirk Cousins this week as well.
It appears that Gruden is making his selection based on who will give the team the best chance to win. But do the numbers support that decision? Might Griffin or Cousins be able to put more points up on the board? After all, the last time we saw McCoy last Sunday against the Rams, the Redskins took just one snap in the red zone and were shut out.
Cousins has played about five and…
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