While the surging Washington Redskins can't wait to get Robert Griffin III back under center, they may have to go with backup Kirk Cousins for a second consecutive week.
Fortunately for them, Cousins hasn't looked anything like a second-stringer.
With its quarterback situation unlikely to be determined until late in the week, Washington continues its playoff push Sunday in what is widely expected to be Andy Reid's final home game as Philadelphia Eagles coach.
After spraining his right knee late in regulation during a 31-28 overtime win over Baltimore in Week 14, Griffin didn't play last Sunday at Cleveland. Though the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner wasn't pleased with the decision, he surely felt better after watching Cousins lead the Redskins to a 38-21 win - their fifth in a row - and into a three-way tie atop the NFC East.
Cousins, who also helped Washington finish off its game-tying drive against the Ravens after Griffin went down, completed 26 of 37 passes f...