Originally Posted by Skinsradiosucks
I agree but I believe the point some were trying to make was missed. If the Cowboys defense played to the par the Skins defense played, RG3 would have most likely turned the ball over on one of his many off the mark throws. The difference between the two QBs? Romo has to be perfect to insure success for his team, RG3 has the luxury of putting up dreadful numbers and his team can still easily win football games. Its not a gripe, its reality and kudos to your coaching staff for structuring it that way. I do, however, get tired of the praise being heaped upon a man that did next to nothing to win the game last night aside from handing the ball to the RB and Morris not getting the credit of handling 90% of that gameplan.
It wasn't like the Cowboy DB's were dropping INT's. RG3 had 2 big drops by his WRs.
I would love if Griffin put up passing numbers like he did on Thanksgiving every week. That would be fantastic. Luckily though Mike Shanahan believes in building a complete team and its clear that the Redskins do not need a Thanksgiving performance out of RG3 every week to win.
I think Morris got lots of credit today, certainly in the DC area. Its exciting to me to win in the fashion we did last night, a good old fashion run the ball down your throats and try and stop us type way. 1980s football. Loved it