Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III already is among the league leaders in fantasy football points each week, but some feel he could do more to improve upon those numbers.
That’s where Nate, the “professional fantasy football coach,” comes into play.
OK, well there is no such thing. But Griffin III and his expanding acting skills were utilized in a recent series of videos for Lenovo in which the rookie quarterback is thrown through a variety of wacky football bits.
The video above features Griffin III working with Nate on various ways he could improve his fantasy points each week. The suggestions include:
– Throwing the ball off an offensive lineman’s back and then catching it and scoring a touchdown. That earns both reception, a pass completion and a passing and receiving touchdown.
– Doing a “drop kick field goal” for “a quick three points.” Griffin III drops back with the snap, fakes a pass and then kicks the ball through the uprights.
– Then, when taking a knee to end the game, Nate suggests he fakes the kneel and score a rushing touchdown.
Anyway, hope you enjoy Griffin III and his acting skills here. Pretty good for a rookie.
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