5. Create Turnovers:
The Cleveland Browns aren’t a very explosive team on offense yet. So they will try to run the ball and when they pass they will try to feed it to star wide receiver Josh Gordon and pro bowl tight end Jordan Cameron. So if the Redskins can force the Browns into third and longs they will need to pass the ball more and give the Redskins pass rushers more chances to get pressure.
The Browns have two quarterbacks fighting to win the starting quarterback job, so both will more than likely be pressing to out perform the other and may be more apt to take risks which could lead to turnovers. With a rookie like Johnny Manziel getting his first taste of the NFL he may be more prone to make mistakes and the Redskins need to take advantage.
Aug 7, 2014; Landover, MD, USA; New England Patriots running back Roy Finch (29) and Washington Redskins running back Lache Seastrunck (35) dive for a fumble at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Rafael Suanes-USA TODAY Sports