It Looks Like Kirk Cousins Will Start 2013 As Redskins Starting QB

Kirk Cousins

It sounds like the Washington Redskins will probably start the 2013 regular season with QB Kirk Cousins as the starter with RG3 still not totally recovered from his recent knee surgery.

RG3′s recovery time will take several months at least, but could extend into next season, depending on the extent of the damage. Right now we’re hearing anywhere from eight to twelve months before he’s ready.

Cousins played well in his limited time on the field during his rookie season and showed that he could be counted on if needed. He completed 68.8 percent of his passes and threw four touchdowns and three interceptions.

Plus you must figure that he’s going to improve during the offseason now that he’s been through a full season at the NFL level. He knows what areas of his game need to be improved, and will be working with the starting offense during all the upcoming organized team camps this offseason.

The Redskins are very fortunate to have a guy like Cousins to turn to with RG3 being injured in my opinion. I guess this also means we get another season with Rex Grossman on the roster.

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