Should the Redskins Reinvent RG3 as a Pocker Passer?

January 8, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As both the Washington Redskins and their fans anxiously await the results of quarterback Robert Griffin's trip to visit with Dr. James Andrews, both the future of the franchise and their star signal-caller is very much up in the air.
Nothing is certain until that visit and examination are complete, but reports by Brett McMurphy of ESPN and The Washington Post claim that Griffin suffered at least a partial tear of both his ACL and LCL in Sunday's playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
That places Griffin's availability for next season's opener very much in doubt, and at this point it appears that the Redskins will open the 2013 campaign with Kirk Cousins under center, most likely directing a more conventional offense that Cousins directs as a "pocket" quarterback.
That begs this question. Once Griffin returns, in order to protect both the long-term health of their franchise quarterback and their significant investment in him, should the Redskins keep that offense, d...

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