Found October 17, 2012 on
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LEADERSHIP IN WASHINGTON
The Redskins rookie quarterback understands that he has to assume the role of team leader and doesn't appear to be backing down from the responsibility.
New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul must feel pretty good about himself after he broke out of his funk and terrorized the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.
He must also feel good about his chances of putting some heat on the Washington Redskins Robert Griffin III after watching teams such as the Atlanta Falcons lay multiple licks on him.
Today he said that he has some advice...
Robert Griffin III's look back at his 76-yard touchdown run was surprisingly analytical.
''I didn't realize how much I slowed down at the end, when was looking back at the guy,'' the Washington Redskins rookie quarterback said Wednesday. ''I was enjoying the moment. I usually don't do stuff like that. But I talked to a bunch of the players and...
Robert Griffin III has apparently earned the respect of Osi Umenyiora.
The Giants defensive end didn't buy into the hype of the Redskins rookie quarterback prior to the season, and thus said he'd only refer to the Heisman Trophy winner as "Bob."
However, as the two NFC East teams get ready to battle on Sunday, Umenyiora is giving Griffin some...
Defense rules this week’s Rookie Report, as do second-day draft picks. Just one offensive player found his way onto the list this week, but that’s only because I can’t write about Robert Griffin III every time. Only two of the following eight players were taken outside of the 2nd or 3rd round and Chris Tripodi will let you know which first-year players are starting to hit their...
It's long been known that a running quarterback changes the dynamic of a game.
When that quarterback can travel the final 60 yards of a 76-yard touchdown run in about 6 seconds, then it truly is a whole new ballgame.
Defenses will watch the video of the Redskins' 38-26 win over the Minnesota Vikings and wonder what they can do to stop Robert Griffin III.
I am back again within the walls of my mythical fantasy football stock exchange, watching the buzz for hot players and the desperate unloading of injured and poor performing players.
New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is ready to face Washington rookie phenom Robert Griffin III on Sunday. He even offfered some words of caution. "Don't bring it to my side," Pierre-Paul told the New York Daily News. "Go the other way." Pierre-Paul expects the Redskins' fleet quarterback to try to run at a Giants defense that he believes...