In today’s three and out: One Packer trades in his green and gold while another doubles down with a new contract.
Posts Tagged ‘RGIII’
Posted: Monday, September 16th, 2013 | johnjuhasz Tags: Brandon Weeden, Brian Hoyer, Cleveland, RGIII, Robert Griffin III, Trent Richardson, Washington Redskins, Brandon Weeden, Brian Hoyer, Cleveland, RGIII, Robert Griffin III, Trent Richardson, Washington Redskins
RGIII not playing confidently: The script has gone similarly for the Redskins in their first two games of the year — fall behind big early on, then spend the second half playing catch-up against prevent defenses. RGIII has looked great going against them and amassing garbage points in the process. But there are some reports which indicate the coaching staff may be beginning to worry about their franchise QB’s early inability to produce when games are still undecided. RGIII’s sketchy play is probably the result of two factors: 1. RGIII is still getting up to game speed from having had zero preseason time on the field, and… 2. Players who suffer severe injuries usually are a little bit hesitant to […]
Posted: Thursday, December 6th, 2012 | Alex Gelhar Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Andre 3000, Arian Foster, Discount Double Check, RGIII, Rob Gronkowski, Robert Griffin III, Saturday Night Live, SNL, State Farm, Stevie Johnson, The Lonely Island
With Saturday Night Live announcing they’d be turning to Twitter and Facebook for host ideas in the near future, we wanted to join in the fun. So here’s a list of five players we feel would be perfect candidates for hosting SNL:
First, there was the Wildcat. Then, spread offenses. The college game has long proven a feeder ground for concepts that break into the NFL. But what’s next? For that question, I asked several who work in or work closely to the college game — Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, South Florida’s Skip Holtz, and analyst Doug Flutie. Their answers were all the same. As Meyer expertly put it, “Utilizing the quarterbacks as something more than just hand the ball off and throw it.” Yup, the mobile QB era in the NFL is alive and well, and it’s only going to grow. Robert Griffin III (right) is this year’s addition. Cam Newton and Tim Tebow have also shown what worked in […]
Ian Rapoport dives into the past week starting with reports that David Garrard is the leader for the Dolphins’ QB job. While Matt Moore should be concerned, what about Ryan Tannehill?
The Redskins drew plenty of flak for drafting Kirk Cousins after taking Robert Griffin III. But the move says less about the team’s QB competition than it does about Mike Shanahan‘s future.