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RGIII's injury Sunday is touching off another wave of debates over whether Griffin should ever be put in position to take a hit like that in the first place.
The 2012 NFL season has seemed especially difficult. For the second time this season, something serious has forced us all to stop and take inventory of life outside the white lines.
Thanksgiving is over, and even though we're done with the leftovers and our relatives have left the guest room (if they haven't, you have my sympathy), there's still a lot for which to be thankful.
When I saw the Philadelphia Eagles get blown off of the FedEx Field turf by 25 points at the hands of the Washington Redskins Sunday, I knew I was seeing the end of an era in the City of Brotherly Love.
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When the NFL announced before the season started that the overtime rules for playoff games would now apply to regular season games, I cringed. The thing I hate most about football would have a chance to rear its ugly head more often: Tie games.
Week 9 of the NFL is here. WTOP's Rob Woodfork takes a look back at the first half of the NFL season. He looks at who's who's good, who's bad, who's contending and who's pretending.
On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens did the Redskins a solid by eeking out a win over the Dallas Cowboys. Monday, we learned that win would come at an incredibly high price.
In Kansas City's ugly home loss to Baltimore, Chiefs tackle Eric Winston felt he heard the fans at Arrowhead Stadium actually cheer when quarterback Matt Cassel laid injured on the turf, suffering from a concussion. More cheers rained down when backup Brady Quinn entered the game in his place.
We knew Robert Griffin III was fast. Just not this fast. The man with the 4.4 40-yard dash and the futuristic nickname "RGIII" has managed to do the unthinkable: he's outrun the immense hype that followed him into the National Football League.