The Robert Kelley Era has begun
After Matt Jones fumbled the game away against Detroit, and was too hurt to play against the Bengals the Redskins have turned to Robert Kelley. In his first two games, he has played well, and protected the football. On Sunday he ran 22 times for 97 yards against one of the best defenses in the NFL. Although he was undrafted out of Tulane he is beginning to make a name for himself. If the Redskins can get the ground game going their offense will be almost impossible to stop with the weapons they have. Kelley is averaging 4.8 yards per carry so far this season. If Washington wants to get on a win streak they need to keep feeding him. Kelley will get his chance on the national stage next Sunday night when the Skins host the Packers.