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Fred Davis: Washington Redskins have more offense

The Washington Redskins are just getting started, according to tight end Fred Davis. The Redskins (1-1) are the highest scoring team in the NFL with an average of 34 points per game.

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Let's just say quarterback Robert Griffin III was a bit of an upgrade from Rex Grossman and John Beck. Davis told the Washington Post their offense is just getting started.

"I'm not really surprised," Davis said "I knew with the offense that we had, and then putting R.G. in it and everyone paying attention to detail, we could be better than what we were doing. When we watch film, there's still a lot of stuff we leave out there. It's still early, only game 2.

"I'm not really surprised. I knew with the offense that we had, and then putting R.G. in it and everyone paying attention to detail, we could be better than what we were doing. When we watch film, there's still a lot of stuff we leave out there. It's still early, only game 2."

Davis said the Redskins haven't even shown all of their playbook yet.

The Cincinnati Bengals have given up an average of 434.5 yards (No. 30 in the NFL) and 35.5 points (No. 29) through Week 2. RG3 and the offense could pile on the points again, even without wide receiver Pierre Garcon who's out for the second consecutive week with a foot injury.

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