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Robert Griffin III is "full speed, ready to go" on his right knee after returning Sunday from a lateral collateral ligament sprain suffered two weeks earlier, Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said Monday.
Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins knew they needed to take care of business against the Eagles to continue to control their playoff fate.
The Colts were a nice little story six weeks ago.
Robert Griffin III sat at his locker, still wearing his gold game pants, and tried to piece together the NFL's complex playoff puzzle. Next to him, Rex Grossman slid a bright blue tie around his neck. Griffin and Grossman wondered aloud whether the Washington Redskins' heart-stopping 27-20 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday was enough to qualify them for the playoffs.
There's only one way an NFL team can string together six victories: By having the ability, as Robert Griffin III put it Sunday, to "win any kind of game we have to, whether it's high-scoring or low-scoring or a gut-wrencher" or (fill in the blank).
Six weeks ago, at 3-6, advancing to the playoffs was a dream scenario for the Washington Redskins. However, after Sunday's 27-20 win over the Philadelphia Eagles — their sixth in a row — the Redskins are a season-finale win away from capturing the NFC East title. In his return, Robert Griffin III threw for 198 yards, two touchdowns and an interception, while Alfred Morris rushed for 91 yards and a score.
A quick recap of the Redskins' 27-20 victory over the Eagles.
As the guy who drafted Peyton Manning, Bill Polian knows something about quarterbacks.
Overall, life is pretty good for the Washington Redskins, riding a five-game winning streak into Sunday's game at the Philadelphia Eagles. Robert Griffin III is expected to play, they control their playoff fate and coach Mike Shanahan said that "every game that we go into now, we believe that we'll win."