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Five questions to keep in mind when Washington visits St. Louis in the regular season opener.
The New Orleans Saints tackled quarterback Robert Griffin III or contacted him to the ground 13 times during the Washington Redskins' 40-32 victory Sunday. Three days after taking that punishment, Griffin felt OK.
Robert Griffin III is the first rookie quarterback to win an offensive player of the week award after his debut game.
It took only two plays in Sunday's season opener for the new Washington Redskins offense to come into focus. Quarterback Robert Griffin III is dynamic with his right arm and his legs, and coach Mike Shanahan is going to exploit that in a way familiar to anyone who watched Griffin play his way to the Heisman Trophy at Baylor last season.
Robert Griffin III is on the cover of "Sports Illustrated." He's the story of the moment in the NFL. That's why on Wednesday the Washington Redskins quarterback fielded questions about "Griffining" and the sleeve he wears on his left arm.
Pierre Garcon was pretty confident Sunday afternoon in New Orleans, even after missing three quarters of the Washington Redskins' victory, that he'd play Week 2 at the St. Louis Rams.
Robert Griffin III was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week, the NFL announced Wednesday.
Taking a look at the Redskins' offense in their 40-32 win over the Saints in Week 1.
Running quarterbacks were oxymorons in the NFL, as curious a term as "blocking offensive linemen." Running was the nature of each back in the backfield -- whether he was a quarter, half or full -- until a metamorphism began about 75 years ago.