The Commanders’ offense hasn’t had any sustained success since the Kirk Cousins era. This season, for so many reasons, is a very important one for Washington. Offensive Coordinator Scott Turner, like last year with Ryan Fitzpatrick, is heading into the season again with a competent starting quarterback in Carson Wentz. Turner has a mulligan to implant his offensive philosophy in a young unit and mold that side of the football into a team that can take advantage of their athleticism and speed. So how do you define a successful season for the Commanders’ offense? Let’s look into it.
Defining success for Washington
A well-balanced offensive line
The Commanders lost LG Ereck Flowers and RG Brandon Scherff this off-season, and their starting center Chase Roullier is recovering from a fractured left fibula injury that he sustained last season.