In golf, when you play with your buddies you are usually allowed a mulligan, you know, a do-over. Sadly in real life, mulligans do not exist. A fact that is fast becoming clear in our nation’s capital, where Robert Griffin III has apparently worn out his welcome. The player that the Redskins mortgaged their future for in a Ricky Williams-like draft day trade with the Rams in 2012 NFL Draft,
The Washington Redskins seemed to have played harder, if not better with backup QB Kirk Cousins at the helm. Here comes the hate mail. Out of all the observations taken in the 41-10 win at home against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Redskins were visibly different. Something snapped that wasn’t former starting QB Robert Griffin III’s ankle. The Redskins looked like the team we got excited about in 2012 and
The Washington Redskins face the Jacksonville Jaguars today at 1 p.m., their first home game of the season. This is also the first home game for Redskins head coach Jay Gruden. Four years ago, the Jaguars faced a very different Redskins team, led by Rex Grossman. Now they face a team led with talents such as Robert Griffin III, Alfred Morris, and DeSean Jackson, to name a few. Griffin will
Houston Texans Defensive Lineman J.J. Watt will be the reason Washington Redskins Quarterback Robert Griffin III doesn't sleep tonight. The Redskins showed everyone Sunday that nothing has really changed in their style of play, losing in Week 17-6. And as usual, it's just painful to watch. It started with the turnovers, as it always does. They lost the ball twice inside the Texans' 10, self inflicted by the way.
When: Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014 Time: 1 p.m. EST on NBC Notes: The Washington Redskins begin their NFL Season today facing off against the Houston Texans. Two teams with new coaches also looking to make their mark and show they can lead their teams to glory. Robert Griffin III comes into the season 100 percent: No injuries, no recovery process, ready to play. J.J. Watts wants to show the NFL
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III doesn’t have time to improve. He needs to impress in Sunday's opener against the Houston Texans, not Week 5. Here are three reasons why: Reason No.1: Last year’s opener against Philadelphia was a disaster Last season’s opener against the Philadelphia Eagles premiered the return of a healthy quarterback with no preseason warmup against a team with a new coach ready to torch