Where did Robert Griffin III go?
I’m pretty sure he’s started every game this season. I know he has. It hasn’t all been perfect, but he’s definitely been there, taking snaps, throwing passes, and lately, running quite a bit.
But to hear from the national fantasy football experts, Griffin III didn’t show up until last week, when he torched the bears for 298 passing yards and 84 rushing yards. All fantasy prognosticators agree, Griffin III is back in style like that animal-themed sweatshirt your “nana” gave you that you decided was ironically humorous.
Yeah, you’re a hipster.
NFL.com’s Michael Fabiano says, “He’s back!”
CBS Sports Senior Fantasy Writer Jamey Eisenberg concurs.
ESPN’s Matthew Berry loves Griffin III more than any other quarterback.
Sports Illustrated’s David Gonos says Griffin III is “starting to look like himself again.”
As Griffin III goes, so goes Jordan Reed, everyone’s favorite rookie tight end of the week. Fabiano has Reed as his sleeper.
Eisenberg points out Denver’s vulnerability to tight ends.
Berry likes the amount of looks Reed’s been getting.
As part of the shootout hypothesis, Pierre Garcon is also seeing some love from Fabiano.
Lastly, Gonos has some suggestions on Redskins you should sit down. He doesn’t expect Roy Helu Jr. to replicate his three touchdown performance from last week.
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