Kirk Cousins leads one of the NFL’s more explosive passing attacks. The Redskins average 287 passing yards per game, which ranks fifth. DeSean Jackson remains one of the game’s best deep threats and tight end Jordan Reed is an emerging star. Pierre Garcon and Jamison Crowder are nice secondary targets, with Crowder being extremely elusive after the catch. When protected, Cousins can make all the throws, but he has a penchant for making a few poor decisions each game.