Found September 16, 2012 on
Handing out labels following the Skins’ 31-28 loss at St. Louis …
Robert Griffin III — Aside from the INT, he was spectacular once again, completing 69 percent of passes, running for 82 yards and totaling three scores. So very glad he’s our quarterback.
London Fletcher – Picked one off in the end zone and forced a crucial fumble, because he’s London Fletcher.
Perry Riley – Poked the ball loose on Josh Wilson’s early TD.
Alfred Morris — Eighty-nine yards on 16 carries. On pace for 1,480.
Leonard Hankerson — So glad he hung onto that 68-yard bomb.
Josh Morgan — That was an all-time boner. Even Iron Sheik thinks so. #morganing
Danny Smith — The world’s worst special teams coach saw his unit allow a blocked punt for the second straight week, this one leading to St. Louis’ game-winning TD. Pack **** get out.
Jim Haslett — Not sure how you allow 30-plus points to that offense.
Mike Shanahan — In hindsight, trying a 62-yarder (rather than going for it on 4th-and-16) ma
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
This week Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III decided to wear a logo-free t-shirt on the field for warmups in St. Louis after what happened last week.
Last week Griffin wrote the word "heart" on his pregame warmup shirt with the letter "H" covering up a Nike swoosh. Griffin is apart of the adidas brand, but covering up the Nike logo did not...
WON'T BACK DOWN
Robert Griffin III, who has an adidas endorsement deal, once again covered up the Swoosh on his warm-ups, this time by wearing a gray shirt over the Nike apparel.
Thanks to video from Yahoo! Sports, we have evidence that Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III once again covered up the Nike logo on his pregame warm up shirt. This time instead of writing over the logo, he wore a blank gray t-shirt over his Nike shirt.
For those who don’t know, RG3 has an endorsement deal with Adidas, which is likely why he’s going against displaying...
We have a leader in the clubhouse for bonehead play of the year, and this one may stand up for the whole season.
With the Washington Redskins...
Week 1 was tough for the rookie quarterbacks, as Robert Griffin III was the only one to lead his team to a victory. But the rookies bounced back nicely as they all looked impressive in their week 2 match-ups.
Andrew Luck, Ryan Tannehill and Russell Wilson all earned their first victories and the three combined to throw 4 touchdowns and no interceptions. Luck was the true star of...
The Washington Redskins were a just a penalty flag away from being 2-0 on the young season. Even with the loss, there is no doubt in Redskin nation that RG3 is the real deal. On the season so far, he has a 70.9 percent completion percentage while throwing for 526 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception. Not to mention his 124 rushing yards and two touchdowns.But there are a...
2012 kicks off with five new starting quarterbacks who were playing in the college ranks just last season. Which one of these rookie starters has the best chance of success? Robert Griffin III, Redskins — RG3′s 4.41 speed will make the Redskins’ bootleg play a lethal one. He has the instinct of an elite running [...]
You've seen the pose. You've seen it go viral. You know the one: rookie phenom Robert Griffin III sitting near an end zone at the Superdome raising his arms in joy as if he's Touchdown Jesus.
Appropriate, since he's the Washington Redskins' Hallelujah! to Rex Grossman's Heck No!
The District's darling comes to the Edward Jones Dome on Sunday, and won...
ST. LOUIS All eyes were on Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III Sunday after he burst onto the scene with a record-setting performance to upset the New Orleans Saints in Week one.
But Rams quarterback Sam Bradford reminded folks why he's got a Heisman Trophy as well. In arguably the best game of his young career, a motivated Bradford completed 26-of-35 passes for 310 yards...
Somewhat lost in the justifiable hysteria surrounding Robert Griffin III, surefire superstar Andrew Luck led the Colts to an impressive 23-20 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. The 6-foot-4, 234 pound Luck, … Continue reading →
Since ranking the NFL’s five rookie quarterbacks seems to be all the rage following their respective Week 1 performances, we here at Eye On Sports figured we’d weight in with our own thoughts on each first year player’s respective Week 1 performance. Let’s start at the very with everyone’s No. 1 pick, Washington’s electrifying Robert Griffin III.RG III Washington RedskinsI...