Roy Helu needs to get more touches. “I’d like to get Helu out there more,” offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan said. Helu played only three games last season because of turf toe. Helu has touched the ball 21 times in the first four games combined, though 15 occurred against Oakland when Morris missed the fourth quarter with bruised ribs. Now it’s up to the Washington Redskins to make sure both things happen. Redskins running back Alfred Morris declared himself good to go this week after bruising his ribs in the team’s Week Four victory over the Raiders, which means that he’ll be taking the lion’s share of the work at running back against the Cowboys this weekend. “It’s always a hard thing when you’ve got two guys you believe in and with the success Alf's had last year and how much we do believe in Alf, so we don’t like to just keep rotating those guys all the time….