Four months removed from the Redskins first NFC East title since 1999, quarterback Robert Griffin III still isn’t satisfied with the way his debut season came to an end.
Yes to an extent as he was truly honored for being voted the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year over fellow 2012 NFL Draft colleagues Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson and Alfred Morris.
He also certainly will not complain about winning a division crown and leading the Burgundy and Gold back to the playoffs, but in the end No. 10 never set his end goals on a division crown.
He set his sights directly on hoisting the Lombardi Trophy at Super Bowl XLVII.
No. 10 sat down with Larry Michael for the ninth installment of “10 Days With No. 10” on Redskins Nation to speak about:
–Winning AP Offensive Rookie of the Year.
–The team’s first round playoff exit.
–On how his life has changed since being on stage with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell last spring.
Check back with Redskins Nation and Redskins.com for the finale of “10 Days with No. 10” as he projects what’s next for the Burgundy and Gold for the 2013 campaign.
You won’t want to miss it.
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