Witten has had more than 100 yards receiving in both games this season. He is averaging a mammoth 16 yards per reception. With a young and inexperienced receiving corps made up of Holley, Harris, and Ogletree, Witten will be more important than ever to the passing game. I suspect that the Redskins don’t fear any of the WR’s, and therefore I expect that they will game-plan to stop Witten.
I will be watching how they attempt to defend Witten: if they don’t double-team him frequently, then expect him to have a huge day; if they do double-team him, one of the young WR’s has to step up and make the defense pay for leaving them in single coverage.