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Redskins' immaculate deception

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Creating confusion key to success of the offense ASHBURN -- The deception begins at the snap, when the Redskins' Robert Griffin III takes the ball. That's when the guessing game begins, too. Griffin turns to hand off to Alfred Morris. Or maybe he'll keep the ball. Then this is what also happens: a tight end or fullback ends up going on a route, undetected -- and wide open. That's what happens...

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