Rg3

The Conscience
Any Sense of Stability Is Always Sacrificed
Any Sense of Stability Is Always Sacrificed
In Washington’s cycle of defeat and disillusionment, the dynamic never changes because of Daniel Snyder, who can’t afford to run another coach out of town
By Don Banks
Going Long
A Quarterback in the Wind
A Quarterback in the Wind
Washington drafted Robert Griffin III to be a savior, but Sunday’s loss to the Rams felt like a funeral procession. Is there any hope for a franchise quarterback who’s been relegated to mop-up duty?
By Emily Kaplan
The Friday Interview
‘You Have to Recognize the Problem’
‘You Have to Recognize the Problem’
Fran Tarkenton pulls no punches on today’s NFL. The Hall of Fame quarterback says Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice should never play again. He rails against the culture of painkillers and performance-enhancers. And he says RG3 is on his way to the same graveyard as JaMarcus Russell and Vince Young
By Jenny Vrentas
Deep Dive
Diagnosing What Ails RG3
Diagnosing What Ails Robert Griffin III
Is it the ankle? The knee? Or an Achilles’ heel: his inability to operate from the pocket? The MMQB’s film-study guru says physical setbacks can’t explain away Robert Griffin III’s poor grasp of quarterbacking basics
By Andy Benoit
Deep Dive
Washington Preview: Will a New Coach Mean a New and Improved RG3?
Washington Preview: Will a New Coach Mean a New and Improved RG3?
Jay Gruden’s offense should protect Robert Griffin III from getting roughed up, but the third-year QB must step up and finally prove himself in the pocket
By Andy Benoit
Open Field
It Wasn’t Supposed to End Like This
It Wasn’t Supposed to End Like This
Eliminated in Week 13? A year after leading Washington to a playoff berth, RG3 has looked little like the dynamic multiple threat who would turn a franchise around. Is it just a sophomore slump, or something more serious?
By Jenny Vrentas
On Further Review
Here Comes San Francisco
The Tuesday Mailbag
Tearing through feeble Washington on Monday night, the 49ers looked very much like the defending NFC champs and a club that could be hitting its stride at just the right time. Plus, mailbag questions, including one that will sour some in Seattle
By Peter King
Muscle and Medicine
From Jock to Doc
From Jock to Doc
After eight seasons of professional football, Mark Adickes went back to school for 13 years to become a surgeon. Some know him as Sasquatch, others as Big Daddy. Robert Griffin III knows him as the first doctor to have fixed his knee
By Emily Kaplan
Game Plan
Seattle’s Ready for the 49ers’ Deception Game
Seattle’s Ready for the 49ers’ Deception Game
The Seahawks will have to keep their heads on a swivel if they want to find Anquan Boldin Sunday, and that's fine with them; plus more of what I'm looking forward to in Week 2
By Peter King
Business of Football
A Coach’s Dismay Keeps the Doctor Away
A Coach's Dismay Keeps the Doctor Away
Will RG3 play in the preseason? Should he? It's a dilemma that might not have mattered had the QB and his coach relied on the opinion of the man paid to know best
By Andrew Brandt