Every Redskins game from here on out will put an inordinate amount of attention of quarterback Robert Griffin III. That’s only natural. The franchise quarterback hasn’t looked like one since 2012.
While Redskins coach Jay Gruden tried to squash an apparent social media beef between his quarterback and wide receiver, he also had a strong critique of Robert Griffin III’s performance during Sunday’s loss to Tampa Bay.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III sat slumped in the chair in front of his locker, his words a half whisper.
The Redskins trudged off the field, a torrent of boos raining down upon them from a frustrated FedEx Field crowd.
It’s time to let the fantasy go – Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III isn’t becoming the franchise player once expected.
The Redskins lost more than just a game on Sunday to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when left tackle Trent Williams departed in the first quarter with a sprained right knee and an ankle injury.
Rookie Mike Evans had 209 yards receiving and two touchdowns Sunday, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers broke a five-game losing streak with a 27-7 win over the Washington Redskins.
Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams has left in the first quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a sprained right knee.
The Redskins will play wide receiver Leonard Hankerson today against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, his first game since sustaining a major knee injury last November 17.
The Redskins returned from a bye week refreshed, but realistic. At 3-6 and with just seven games remaining, their chances of making the postseason are all but gone. Still, there are winnable games starting with Sunday’s contest at FedEx Field against the 1-8 Tampa Bay Buccaneers.