While I was wasting three hours visiting four grocery stores on an unfruitful wild legume chase for black eyed-peas Wednesday, Joe Theismann was talking to ESPN’s Mike & Mike about the Redskins.
Theismann detailed the primary area of development he’d like to see from Robert Griffin III and listed his top two head coach prospects for Washington, one of which is no longer available.
Before detailing how Griffin III can improve, Theismann asserted the Baylor product’s importance to the franchise and came out in favor of letting the quarterback sit out of last three games of 2013.
“Robert is the focal point and the central point as they go forwards. I think Mike (Shanahan) did him a favor by giving him a chance to sit him down and giving him an offseason with a new coach, probably a new system to be able to learn… They gave up a lot for him, and I think he’s going to have to go out and prove that he’s worth now, all of the picks that were given up for him and be able to do the things that he needs to do to be successful as a quarterback in the national football league.”
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