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Robert Griffin III
Washington Redskins (3-4): The Washington Redskins come in with an outstanding rookie quarterback and running back duo.Robert Griffin III was the No. 2 overall pick and has lived up to the hype through the first seven weeks.Griffin ranks third in fantasy land at the quarterback position and is having plenty of success through the air and on the run.Alfred Morris was a sixth-round pick from Florida Atlantic University and was an unknown when offseasons began.Morris has taken control of the Redskins' backfield and is far from an unknown at this point. He is averaging 4.8 yards per carry and has 658 yards rushing to go along with five touchdowns through seven weeks.Pierre Garcon is likely to miss this week and a few more going forward with a foot ailment.Fred Davis is out for the year after suffering a ruptured Achilles.Chris Cooley has been re-signed by the Washington Redskins but Logan Paulsen could also push for some snaps this week as Cooley may need to get back into football ...
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Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has teamed up with Ubisoft and adidas to promote voter awareness through a limited edition bundle of Assassin’s Creed III.
Redskins running back Alfred Morris has been voted by fans on NFL.com as rookie of the week.
Morris last Sunday rushed for 120 yards on 22 carries in Washington’s 27-24 loss to the New York Giants.
Alfred beat out Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck, New England linebacker Dont’a Hightower, Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin and Minnesota safety Harrison Smith for the award.
Rookie sensation Robert Griffin III has had remarkable success at the NFL level so far. With numbers better than Andrew Luck, he has shown the entire league that he really is a gem. But this week, he is going to take on his toughest task as a Redskin.
The Skins will travel to Hines Field in Pittsburgh to take on Big Ben and the Pittsburgh Steelers. The electrifying rookie will try...
There has been a lot of talk this week about quarterback Robert Griffin III as the Pittsburgh Steelers prepare to host the Washington Redskins on Sunday. The talk is indeed warranted as the rookie is off to a great start. Instead of focusing on the Redskins offense today, I want to bring a couple of things to light about their defense, especially their pass defense.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III attempted to play wide receiver against the Steelers on a play that I’m sure worked a lot better in practice.
Steelers’ Ryan Clark unloaded on Griffin…and BOOM goes the dynamite. I know I’m just a blogger but maybe the Redskins should think about letting Griffin just work on being a better quarterback.
We all know that RG3 infectious smile, confident tone we hear in the press conferences win or lose. Well check out this throwback picture of Robert Griffin III from high school. Remind you of anybody?
My first thought, that lovable geeky character, Bowfinger.
All in good fun, but thank goodness RG3 got that hair twisted up, don’t know how much of the shag fro we could’ve taken.
Lethal weapons produce the most impact. Some of the impact is noticeable. Other times the impact is subtle but just as forceful. While the most lethal weapons in the NFL need a little help from their friends, they are pretty darn great all by themselves. Whether they sling the ball, run the ball, kick the ball or strip the ball, all the action is hardly every met by an opposite...
Check out this awesome Redskins Halloween display, featuring a carved pumpkin of QB Robert Griffin III!
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Washington, D.C. is a beautiful city. There’s the history. There’s the culture. There’s the late Chuck Brown. There’s the ever-evolving demigod Robert Griffin III who, somehow, in less than a half a season has etched his claim as the most beloved athlete Chocolate City has seen since some guy named Sean Taylor. There’s the sex, drugs, lies, [...]The post Fighting For...
Even the Steelers who've played against him in the past don't remember the Washington Redskins' rookie sensation. No, not RG3, the other one.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will look to go above .500 for the first time on the 2012 season. With a win over the Washington Redskins the Steelers will move to 4-3 and will be one game behind the Baltimore Ravens who lead the division at 5-2. So far during the 2012 season the Steelers have suffered tw ContinueThe post Week 8: The Pittsburgh Steelers vs. The Washington Redskins appeared...
There was some great quarterback play Sunday and it didn't come from the well talked about, and highly hyped, Washington Redskins rookie Robert Griffin III as Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was head and shoulders better than the one that they call RG3 at Heinz Field.
Roethlisberger was 24-of-33 for 222 yards with three touchdowns on Sunday as the Steelers...
PITTSBURGH -- Robert Griffin III might be the freshly anointed one, but Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers showed the Washington Redskins rookie quarterback what an elite performance looks like. Roethlisberger was an efficient 24 of 33 for 222 yards and three touchdowns, Jonathan Dwyer carried 17 times for 107 yards, and Pittsburgh's defense stymied Griffin to win...
Bob Kravitz chooses a side in the debate: Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III? Basically, Clark Kent or Bruce Wayne? Kent, the down-to-earth fella' with the straight-edge persona and studious appearance. Wayne, the flashy news piece with a cool public image. Both are handy in a pinch, something the Colts and Redskins are finding out about Luck and RG3. The two teams combined for...