With 298 yards through the air and an additional 84 on the ground, sophomore quarterback Robert Griffin III dazzled on Sunday.
The read-option’s effectiveness allowed him to remain calm in the pocket and let his receivers’ routes unravel as intended.
For No. 10, it was just another day at work, but with his duel-threat abilities shining the brightest since late last season, some were saying that the “old” RGIII was back.
Regardless of whether or not there is such a thing for a second-year player just months removed from surgery, I think we can all agree that seeing the game from a coach’s perspective would be pretty awesome.
I’ve always wondered what the guys in the booth see that makes them adjust on the fly. Now we know.
Here’s a little snippet of coaching film from Griffin III’s second quarter connection with Aldrick Robinson and his fourth quarter Houdini act that allowed Pierre Garcon to get open on a crucial third-down play.
I have to admit as someone who spends their time in the press box on Sundays and is unable to see replays very often, this is pretty awesome.
Plus on television, you don’t really get to see how the play is unwinding down the field.
Kuddos to the guys for letting us see this angle.
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