Not sure why Washington fans get so defensive when people mention that Griffin's completion percentage may be a product of a dink and dunk offense.
Last I checked short passes, and YAC were a staple of the West Coast offense, and given the fact that outside of Williams and Montgomery Washington's offensive line is a mess, I fully expect Shanahan to continue to put an emphasis on precisely what they've been doing.
Griffin has shown an extraordinary amount of skill and what's even more impressive, for somebody with his talent level his intangibles are off the charts.
That said, I think Shanahan deserves a ton of credit for keeping the game manageable for Griffin and tailoring an offense that features his west coast principles along with familiar concepts from Baylor.
The game against the Giants should be a real test to far along Griffin is at this point. Washington hasn't really had to face a defense like the Giants yet, so it'll be interesting to see Bob's decision making when he comes under duress from that New York front four.