Almost exactly one year ago, Rob Ryan drew criticism for his remarks about Tim Tebow and the (former) Broncos offense.
True to his character, Dallas' defensive boss turned his attention to this year's sensational signal-caller.
In advance of the Thanksgiving day tilt between the Redskins and Cowboys, Ryan said he doesn't like Robert Griffin III, but also admitted he's a "special" talent and needs to be accounted for.
“He is a special player,” Ryan said, via the Dallas Morning News. "That’s why they traded half a team to get him. Obviously, he’s a tremendous athlete and they say he is a hell of a kid. I don’t like him, but I know he is very talented. This game looks like it’s in slow-motion for him already and hopefully we speed it up a whole lot this week.”
Many teams have tried -- and subsequently failed -- to slow down RG3. Last week, he had a coming out party against Big D's division rivals in Philadelphia, tossing four touchdowns in a rout of the hapless Eagles.