Lets say hypothetically the worst case scenario happens and Griffin misses the entire 2013 season. If we end the season with a winning record and/or make the playoffs with Cousins behind center, what are the chances of us going back to the same offense we ran this past year when Griffin takes back over in 2014? I would hope we don't. With Morris and Helu, Griffin doesn't need to use his legs in designed plays or scramble as often as he does, we've all seen what he can do with his arm. Basically my point is, I hope we can become a successful traditional offense with RG3.
There was once a man who was the happiest man in the world. He had everything, money, a mute wife with a dish washing fetish, and three children who loved him and didnt ask him to attend their school plays. But one day, he hung him self after gouging out both of his eyes. When the kids asked their mother "why did daddy kill himself?" She signed to them a simple answer. "He was a Redskins fan."