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Robert Griffin III
LANDOVER, Md. - Washington had lost eight straight games to rookie quarterbacks over seven seasons. Philadelphia had jumped ahead by a wide margin the past two years at FedEx Field. However, those Redskins teams didn't have Robert Griffin III. Washington's rookie quarterback led the Redskins to a surprisingly easy 31-6 victory over the visiting Eagles on Sunday. The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback from Baylor threw a career-high four touchdown passes while completing all but one of his 15 attempts (to nine different targets) for 200 yards (a 158.3 passer rating) and added 84 yards on 12 carries. Washington (4-6), which ended a three-game skid, won't have time to celebrate with a date in Dallas on Thanksgiving. Philadelphia (3-7) will have a week to stew over the first six-game losing streak of coach Andy Reid's 14-year tenure, which is even more likely to end next month after this performance. Eagles rookie quarterback Nick Foles, making his first start in...
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Robert Griffin III exploded into the league and has lived up to the hype. Now that we're more than half way through the season we should take a look as some of the postseason awards. We all knew that Rookie of the Year would come down to the #1 and #2 picks in the draft.
Here's a look at their seasons:
Andrew Luck was the #1 pick in the draft by the Colts and the...
The race for the offensive rookie of the year may come down to the wire this season.
While Andrew Luck is winning and giving hope to Colts fans in Indianapolis, Robert Griffin III is doing things on the football field we’ve never seen before. It’s not hyperbole to say the NFL has never seen a player with Griffin’s combination of speed, accuracy and arm strength. Steve Young...
Robert Griffin III nearly perfect in the Redskins 31-6 win over Eagles. [WE]
A recap of the Skins big win over Philly, told in It’s Always Sunny GIFs. [HH]
With the win, talk moves from “season’s over” to “playoffs.” [SI, USAT]
Before we get too excited, Boz reminds us that Philly is bad. [WaPo]
Cool video of RGIII bringing U.S. flag out before Sunday’s win. [CSNW]...
Dallas played a long game, and now faces a short week.
And Washington's Robert Griffin III is on his way in for the most appropriate of Thanksgiving games: Cowboys vs. Redskins.
It's safe to say the sigh of relief was brief for Dallas after Sunday's 23-20 overtime win against last-place Cleveland.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said the team would enjoy a wild rally against...
Robert Griffin III completed 14-of-15 passes for 200 yards and four touchdowns, adding 12 rushes for 84 yards to lead the Redskins to a decisive 31-6 victory over the Eagles in Week 11. He passed for as many scores as he had over the past six games combined. It’s hard to quibble with a perfect 158.3 passer rating, 93.3 completion percentage, and 13.3 YPA. Griffin’s two long touchdowns...
Many thanks to @dhm (via Jeff) for this GIF of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie taking a cheap shot at Robert Griffin III in the second quarter of today’s game. Also many thanks to DRC for whiffing completely, and to RGIII for throwing three touchdowns (and counting).
Years ago in the NFL, when Thanksgiving Day came it always meant that the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys would be playing each other. The schedule has always reflected of having the two teams play each other either on Thanksgiving Day or the week of Thanksgiving or right around Thanksgiving. 2012 will renew that traditonal Turkey Day game between the Redskins and Cowboys...
Handing out labeling following Skins games. Today, a 31-6 win over Philly …
Robert Griffin III — His numbers (14-15 passing, four TD, 158 rating, 85 yards rushing) were incredible, and the sequence where he scrambled for a first down on third-and-6 and then threw a 49-yard bomb for a touchdown on the next play was sublime.
Brandon Meriweather — Played well in return...
Let’s take a look back at some of the things that stood out from Week 11 in the National Football League! Andy Reid doesn’t make it till the end of the season now, right? If Philly keeps having games like this I can’t see this franchise keeping Reid as the head coach.
All eyes will be on Nick Foles come Sunday at FedEx Field. Photo via New York Daily News.
We all know that football is a team sport and that to get a win, all phases of the game must come together to propel a group to victory. But come Sunday, it’s going to be all about the quarterbacks.
When the Philadelphia Eagles face the Washington Redskins at FedEx field on Sunday afternoon...