Found January 07, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
Without a doubt Washington Redskins’ Robert Griffin III is a dynamic quarterback and athlete.  After one season it’s pretty clear that he’s already a better quarterback than Michael Vick was or ever will be. Then what can RG3 learn from Vick? The answer is quite simple; how not to play the game. After watching the Redskins take on the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Wild Card game no one can ever question RG3’s heart. In one of the gutsiest performances in recent memory a hobbled Griffin played on a bum knee often wincing in pain with the execution of each snap.  At one point in the fourth quarter, Griffin’s bad knee gave way as he was trying to handle a misdirected snap.… Read more
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