Posts under Tag: robert griffin iii
DC Needs A Sports Exorcism

Tweet The past week put the nadir of pro sports in DC unfolded in ugly fashion for the nation to see. The Nationals drifted from World Series shoe-ins to world class screw-ups. Meanwhile, the post-RGIII optimism in Landover has died. Jay Gruden’s guy Kirk Cousins is contributing so many picks to defenses he could deduct it from his taxes and on Thursday [&hellip

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RG3 Media Attention Good for Redskins

Tweet With all of the media attention surrounding Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, some may feel like the media’s obsession with his injury recovery is getting out of hand. Amongst the crowd of disapproving viewers is former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb. “…When I look up on TV and see him up there talking all the time about how great [&hellip

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2012 NFL Combine Wrap-Up

Tweet KENDALL WRIGHT As late as Saturday night, Baylor wide receiver Kendall Wright was in position to replace Justin Blackmon as the preemptive, first wide receiver taken in the NFL Draft. The speed receiver was Robert Griffin III’s favorite receiver last season and was expected to run in the 4.3-range. Instead Wright ran a 4.61 and looked slow and sloppy [&hellip

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The Difference Between Cam Newton & RG3

Tweet According to Yahoo.com’s Michael Silver, NFL Draft evaluators laugh when they hear comparisons between Robert Griffin III and Cam Newton. His reasons? For one, Newton is 6’5, 245 pounds while Griffin is 6’2  (3/8) and 220 pounds. Griffin is considered a better passer than Newton, who had some very forgettable moments during the draft process. Despite his elite speed [&hellip

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The Washington Redskins Select…

Tweet This has been a conflicting season for me as a native Washingtonian and Redskins fan. There was good (the 3-1 start), the bad(Rex Grossman’s fumble in an anemic Week three performance against Dallas) and the ugly(John Beck’s short lived starting stint). Before the season, I had no illusions that Rex Grossman or John Beck were the future. If anything, [&hellip

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