On third-and-one, Robert Griffin III faked an up-the-middle handoff to Alfred Morris - and the New York Giants fell for it big-time.
''They all just crashed down on me,'' Morris said. ''When that happens, I really just laugh in the pile. `Ha, ha.' I was thinking, like, `Y'all dumb, y'all tackled me, but the quarterback is running down the field.'''
Morris' acting job on Griffin's 46-yard scamper might have been the best example of how the Washington Redskins rookie backfield tandem is driving defenses crazy. It's hard enough to account for a dual-threat quarterback with world-class speed, but there's also the sixth-round draft pick from Florida Atlantic who is tied for third in the NFL with 1,106 yards rushing.
In another time or place, Morris would be the newest sensation - the kid who emerges from an 1-11 college team and instantly becomes a cog in the No. 1 rushing offense in the pros.
Instead, he's been ecli...