“At this time right now,” RGIII is Jay Gruden’s guy against the Colts, right now, otherwise the Redskins will “have to find out if somebody else is there that can help us beat Indianapolis instead,” according to CSN Washington.
Bill Cowher encourages the Redskins to be “very careful about making a rash decision” about Robert Griffin III when he still has another year on his contract.
Jay Gruden says the Redskins have “every intent” to start Robert Griffin III Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, although he wouldn’t outright dismiss the possibility of benching him, either.
Former NFL linebacker Bart Scott scolded RGIII and commended Jay Gruden for calling him out, ahead of the Redskins loss to the 49ers on Sunday: “It’s about time somebody cracked the whip on this kid.”
The Redskins resorted to trickery early in their loss to the 49ers, with receiver Pierre Garcon attempting a pass to DeSean Jackson. Garcon wasn’t very happy about it after the game.
SNIDER: It’s time to bench Robert Griffin III. There’s nothing more to see from the Washington Redskins quarterback.
The Junkies came to a collective realization Monday morning about the reality of Robert Griffin III’s status as the Redskins starting quarterback.
The Junkies invited listeners into their studio to assist in hammering a nail into a coffin, to embody the end of Robert Griffin III’s career with the Washington Redskins.
John Feinstein says the Redskins’ ongoing off-the-field saga has left the organization resembling the Kardashian family: “It’s a soap opera reality show at this point. There’s just nothing good going on.”
In 2013, Jay Gruden called out his quarterback Andy Dalton using strikingly similar language to what he said about Robert Griffin III on Monday.