Having an elite signal-caller who can win you the game in crunch time is essential for any NFL franchise.
A lot is expected of a top-10 draft pick, no matter their position. See who will do what once the season kicks off.
Robert Griffin and the Washington Redskins churn out a 30-17 victory over the newly revamped Indianapolis Colts and Andrew Luck.
The Washington Redskins didn’t waste any time giving fans a dose of what they came to see. On the first play from scrimmage in his home debut, Robert Griffin III uncorked a bomb of a pass that fell was just out of the reach of Pierre Garçon’s fingertips.
As just the fifth set of college passers to be chosen 1-2 since the NFL and AFL went to a common draft in 1967, Indianapolis’ Luck and Washington’s Griffin are a rare tandem.
The Redskins host their first home preseason game on Saturday, and to celebrate the official arrival of their new quarterback the Newseum is unveiling a giant Robert Griffin III mural.
Who is facing more pressure? Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins or Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts? LaVar and Dukes explored.
Robert Griffin III could have a quicker impact with the Washington Redskins than Andrew Luck has with the Indianapolis Colts. It’s an interesting notion given the Baylor quarterback is projected to be the second pick in Thursday’s NFL Draft, behind Luck.
As pundits pick apart the recently released NFL schedule, team-by-team, one glaring issue is the discrepancy in strength of schedule between the Indianapolis Colts and Washington Redskins, where Luck and Griffin III are predicted to be drafted, respectively.
The Washington Redskins find themselves largely in a can’t lose situation knowing they will be able to draft Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III.