Everyone gasped a little when Washington Redskins receiver Josh Morgan compared rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III to a near-great and two great veteran quarterbacks. It sounded a little too over-the-top.It is dangerous to draw conclusions from one game, oh but what a game. Morgan was so on the money about Griffin that you can call him prescient — a college word meaning, "Having or showing knowledge of events before they take place." Griffin's performance was historic.
#Redskins QB @rgiii is only player in @nflhistory w/ 300+ pass yds, 2+ pass TDs, 0 INTs in his @nfl debut. #HTTR
— Redskins (@Redskins) September 10, 2012
A story in The Wall Street Journal suggests that Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan learned from the Tim Tebow experience in Denver last season. Shanahan mixed the zone read spread offense in the Redskins playbook, building on a growing trent in pro football. From the story..."But on Sunday, in quarterback Robert Griffin's historically successful debut, somethi...