Redskins playing to RG III's strengths?

Jay Gruden and Robert Griffin III didn't have the Redskins offense clicking in Week 1. Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images

ESPN Insider Adam Schefter hits five of the biggest questions around the league, once a week during the NFL preseason and regular season, and sporadically throughout the playoffs and offseason. Have a query of your own? Submit it here.

The New York Giants offense looked just as bad in Week 1 as it did during this preseason. How concerned should Giants fans be about Eli Manning and his weapons?

This all started last year. Manning never looked comfortable in the pocket; he looked rattled. It has continued into this season mostly because the offensive line hasn’t given him the time he needs. The issue starts up front, which is where the Giants put so much of their offseason focus, signing and drafting linemen. But so far, it hasn’t made a big difference. Part of the struggles undoubtedly has to do with installing and learning a new offense, which takes time. But if the Giants want their offense to get back on track, it starts with blocking better.

Are the Washington Redskins making a mistake by trying to keep Robert Griffin III in the pocket? Isn’t that taking away his athleticism, which is one of his biggest assets?