The Bears defense has acknowledged that Robert Griffin III –although not the same as last season– is still very dynamic and will present a great challenge to their young defense.
Pryor took a nasty shot to the head as he was hit by multiple defenders on what appeared to be a design run. And maybe this will serve as the 1,000th warning to Redskins nation as they clamor for Robert Griffin III to become more of a threat in the run game.
Monday night football began with Robert Griffin making a grandiose entrance fit for the King of Kings. But it ended with the burgundy and gold celebrating only a moral victory. Deep down inside, all members of the franchise understand that an 0-2 start could be a real possibility as they prepare to dance with the Green Bay Packers.
The annual “Turkey Day” game in Dallas is coming up, and the Redskins need a victory so that they don’t fall further down the playoff ladder. On paper though, it seems like “America’s Team” has the advantage.
The Eagles franchise is suffering to deal with the notion that this season’s Super Bowl aspirations are probably just aspirations. If the Washington Redskins want any shot at turning this into a miracle season, they must find a way to bring Philadelphia even more misery and take this win from the Eagles.
Redskins can’t fold up in this week’s game against Tampa Bay, even amidst a losing streak.
The Redskins are looked at more as cowards than as warriors. Whether Washingtonians want to believe it or not, that is the identity that their professional football team has built for itself. The only question now is: will the Redskins change that perception?
It’s time for Washingtonians to open their minds and allow themselves to once again dream of winning. RG3 is here baby, and here to stay; the Lebron James of football is wearing a number 10 jersey right now in the NFL. And he is the reason why the St. Louis Rams must figure out a way to stop Washington this Sunday, and not the other way around.
Playing in the Superdome on opening day is a tough pill to swallow for any team in the National Football League. But this year, opening up at New Orleans will be a dog-sized pill to swallow, as the home town seeks revenge.