Robert Griffin III Must Ignore Donovan McNabb at All Costs

June 4, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Robert Griffin III, you don't need Donovan McNabb's advice.
Nothing he tells you will be groundbreaking insight that will aid your public image or your on-field success, because neither of those vital aspects of your professional career need to be fixed.
And frankly, McNabb's criticized you for ridiculous reasons that are simply out of your control. His desire to have a "father/son" sit-down with you and your pops seems like a desperate attempt for the retired quarterback to stay relevant. 
In your short, ultra-hyped and exceptionally productive NFL career, you've handled yourself with integrity and cheerful openness with the fans, exuded a team-first attitude and have exhibited amicable, veteran-like poise with the media. 
You led your team that was lacking talent in key areas—no offense—to a 10-win, division-title campaign in 2012 and won the Offensive Rookie of the Year award in the process.
Your professional football career has gotten ...

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