Griffith allowed Morris to succeed and vice versa. I don't think one could have done what they did without the other.
Also have to give the coaching staff tons of credit for designing an offense that gave Griffith the ability to succeed. I remember there was talk after the draft about how Shanahan wasn't going to change the offense around RGIII. Well they did and it worked, beautifully.
Which brings me back to the question you ignored once already. Which game did Morris have his worst game and lowest yards per carry and what was different about that game than all the rest?
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