Robert Griffin III came to the New York-metropolitan area and put on a show. He ran. He threw. He dodged New York Giants' defenders with breakaway speed and left many shaking their heads and bemoaning another meeting down the road.
The rookie sensation left something else on the field. A couple of costly turnovers and way too much time for Eli Manning to pull off another fourth-quarter comeback.
Manning one-upped RGIII with a pinpoint 77-yard scoring pass to Victor Cruz with 1:13 to play and the Giants overcame a late touchdown toss by Griffin to defeat the Washington Redskins 27-23 on Sunday.
''He has done it so many times,'' veteran Giants defensive tackle Chris Canty said after Manning delivered his eighth fourth-quarter winning drive in less than two seasons. ''He has really bridged his performance in the 2011 season to the 2012 season. It's just more of the same. He continues to get better. He is probably the most deadly quarterback in the fourth quarter.''
Manning's pass t...