The Redskins‘ first home playoff game in 13 years ended in defeat and debate, as an injured Robert Griffin III was unable to extend Washington’s winning streak to eight games against the Seattle Seahawks. With Griffin hobbled most of the game by a knee injury that eventually knocked him out of the game in the fourth quarter, it was Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson who worked the magic. Afterward, questions about Griffin’s injury and the way it was handled dominated discussion.
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