On Monday night, Robert Griffin III will perform his usual pregame rituals. He’ll listen to the Michael Jackson song “Thriller.” He’ll take a stroll on the turf, from end zone to end zone.
Tyler Polumbus has been a part of what has surprisingly become one of the league’s better offensive lines. But the truth of the matter is this: Polumbus has been by far, the weakest link on the offensive line.
So far the numbers say the Robert Griffin plays his best ball when the lights are the hottest and brightest. But Griffin has never played in a game of this magnitude, as Sunday night will dwarf the stage of Thanksgiving day.
Judging from previous injury reports, players listed as “Questionable” play more times than not for the Redskins
How can a ball coach demand that his players not allow the enormity of this week to knock them off of their game, when he himself has completely fallen off of his?