Robert Griffin III
The big question for Washington to answer this week is which quarterback will be put on the field to lead the offense. After suffering what looked to be a tough ankle injury against Jacksonville, it would appear Robert Griffin III will have to take at least a week off and allow Kirk Cousins to get the start under center.
Robert Griffin and DeSean Jackson both left the Redskins game early with injuries.
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After one practice, Robert Griffin III already sounds confidence he will have success with his new wide receiver in DeSean Jackson.
The Eagles now own sole possession of first place in the NFC East, after a 24-16 victory over the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
The Eagles and Redskins appear to be meeting this week heading in opposite directions. While it seems the Eagles may have started to find a little bit of a groove, the Redskins continue to stumble their way through the season and are in real danger of not being able to defend their NFC East crown.
Robert Griffin III didn’t slide, and now the Washington Redskins hope their season isn’t sliding away.
The Eagles have been busy preparing for Robert Griffin III as they visit the Washington Redskins Monday night.
Washington is coming into the new season on a seven-game win streak, and they aren’t looking to end that any time soon. The Philadelphia Eagles need to try and focus on every offensive weapon the Redskins have and stay away from their defensive stars. Philly also needs to expose RG3 if his knee really isn’t 100 percent, and force him into making mistakes.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said Monday that Robert Griffin III will be under center for next week’s opener against the Eagles.
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Donovan McNabb says he offered his support and advice to Robert Griffin III. Griffin said “thanks but no thanks.” McNabb wasn’t too happy with that response.