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Injured Miami QB Ryan Tannehill is expected to start Sunday's game against Indianapolis according to Albert Breer from NFL.com. Tannehill had been classified as a game-time decision after suffering a knee injury in last week's win versus the Jets.Fantasy Spin:We figured this would be the case. While not as celebrated as Robert Griffin III or Andrew Luck, Tannehill has put together a solid rookie campaign completing 59.1 percent of his passes for 1,472 yards and four touchdowns.
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The Washington Redskins will head home this week to take on the Carolina Panthers after a long 2 week battle on the road. There will be many interesting things to watch for on Sunday, both on the field and off. The Redskins hope to turn things around and head into their bye week on a positive note. Here are some of the components and matchups that will make for an exciting week 9...
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According to Mike Jones of The Washington Post, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III underwent x-rays on his ribs after today’s loss to the Panthers.
The good news is that the x-rays were negative, which means nothings broken....
There are silly trends in the NFL that sometimes coincide with events that take place. One of those silly rules is called the Redskins Rule which was actually discovered by accident.
According to Yahoo Sports, Shutdown Corner, due to the fact that the Carolina Panthers beat the Washington Redskins, 21-13, at Washington D.C.’s FedEx Field, it appears Mitt Romney will win Tuesday’s...
Robert Griffin III was reportedly “really sore” in the rib area late Sunday after taking a beating in the Redskins’ Week 9 loss to the Panthers. Griffin anticipates having “a rough night sleeping,” although it seems he’s avoided serious injury. The Redskins also have a Week 10 bye. The Panthers were officially credited with 13 quarterback hits in Sunday’s 21-13 Redskins...
Washington QB Robert Griffin III came out of Sunday's game against Carolina with some bruised ribs, but isn't expected to miss any time.Fantasy Spin:Griffin and the Redskins are on bye for the upcoming week, so he'll have until Nov. 18 to recover.
Cam Newton and Robert Griffin III met on the field for a postgame embrace. Griffin said Newton offered his phone number and said to be in touch.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III had X-rays done to ensure he hadn't broken his ribs following Sunday's loss to Carolina, results were negative.
“I’m fine. I’ll be ready to go,” Griffin said after the game via The Washington Post. “No one is ever going to question the fight I have inside myself to be the greatest and to help this team to victory...
It has always been said that NFL rookies will eventually hit that dreaded “Rookie Wall” at some point during their first season. These rookies are used to playing 12 games throughout high school and college, so between the weekly grind of playing 16 games in the NFL, as well as learning and going through so much both physically and emotionally, you can see why many rookies struggle...
NFL week nine is coming to a close after tonight’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints. Fantasy football owners might have seen some of their key players go down with injury on Sunday. Oakland Raiders Darren McFadden and Minnesota Vikings WR Percy Harvin were among some of the key fantasy players which suffered injuries this weekend. Let’s take a quick...
After Robert Griffin III was buried in a pile near the goal line, Cam Newton took over and led a 98-yard drive - bloody thumb and all.
His abilities as a leader in question and his team in desperate need of positive morale - not to mention a win - Newton got the better of the first NFL matchup between the last two Heisman Trophy winners Sunday as the Carolina Panthers broke a five...
All of the hype surrounding Andrew Luck's future as a
quarterback has taken a bit of a backseat to the spectacle that Robert Griffin
III has put on in Washington this season. But on Sunday, Luck reestablished his
position as the best young quarterback in the NFL.
Luck threw for a rookie record 433 yards -- breaking Cam
Newton's previous high of 425...