Dumping RG3 a Step in Right Direction for ‘Dysfunctional’ Washington Redskins

September 1, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Dumping Robert Griffin III is a step in the right direction for the Washington Redskins. Actually, it's not just a step, it's a giant stride away from the dysfunction that's choked the organization the last three years and beyond.
In fact, starting Kirk Cousins over RG3 for the 2015 season is the most the functional thing the Redskins have done in a long time.
Head coach Jay Gruden made the call that 2012's second overall pick is no longer the starter, but the man taken in the fourth round that year is, per ESPN.com. Everything about this call is right.
It starts with Gruden's reasoning:
Really, this is about Kirk doing an excellent job and winning the job. Robert is disappointed, as I'm sure Colt (McCoy) is disappointed.
I think all three quarterbacks should be commended for their efforts, their willingness to get better. But when it's all said and done ... we feel like at this time, Kirk Cousins gives us the best chance to win.
So this is the R...

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