With news yesterday that the Washington Redskins had perfect attendance for their first day of OTAs, the 2012 NFC East champions are ready to make an even deeper run in the playoffs this year.
As the Burgundy and Gold prepare to make a run at a fourth Lombardi Trophy in franchise history, every single player is ready to get back to work and make sure that a seven-game winning streak to end the season won’t be necessary to play in January this time around.
With 100 percent of the players back at Redskins Park that means that captain, record-setter, Heisman winner, or whatever title you want to give quarterback Robert Griffin III is back at it as well.
Griffin III sat down with Larry Michael on the set of Redskins Nation for “10 Days with No. 10” to look back on his first year in the NFL.
So, what does Griffin III have to say over the next week and a half about his freshman campaign, and which pair of socks did he rock during the interview?
No. 10 touched on a plethora of subjects ranging from his debut in The Big Easy to how his life has changed since NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell called his name with the second overall pick at last year’s draft.
In no particular order, the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year touched on the following topics with Michael:
–His first win against the New Orleans Saints in Week 1.
–The seven-game winning streak at the end of the season to catapult the team from 3-6 to their first division crown in 13 years.
–The team matching his record-breaking jersey number in wins.
–His jaw-dropping (or electrifying) 76-yard sprint to the end zone against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 6.
–The best of his 258 completions that he let loose.
–Washington’s heartbreaking Week 7 loss to the New York Giants that dropped the team to 3-4.
–And his thoughts on the wild world of Twitter.
So make sure to check out Redskins Nation nightly on Comcast SportsNet to see all of Griffin III’s responses.
Oh, and as far as which socks No. 10 wore–You’ll just have to watch to find out!
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