Through the first 10 games of a mostly spectacular rookie season, it’s safe to say that Washington Redskins’ quarterback Robert Griffin III has been something dangerously close to a perfect (No.) 10. Just as he did while winning the Heisman Trophy at Baylor University, Griffin has met even the most inflated preseason expectations by remaining a high-character good guy off the field and a devilish, double-edged dilemma on it.
Shutdown that laser-guided rocket-launcher of a right arm and he’ll deploy Fred Astaire feet and sprinter speed to make plays you’d swear were leaked from a Madden 14 prototype. Take away his running lanes and force him to the air? Yeah, he can beat you that way, too.
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