If you thought RG3 had pressure last week, it will be nothing compared to having to live up to winning NFC Offensive Player of the Week
and breaking NFL records in his first week. All eyes will be on him again and it’s even more imperative for the offensive line to protect their QB and give these new RBs some holes to run through to take some of the pressure off of RG3.
The Rams lost to the Lions last week and with the Redskins upsetting the Saints at home, the momentum is obviously with the Redskins. They do not play their home opener until the 23rd, which I will be attending with family all in full Burgundy and Gold, so we haven’t even seen their full power.
Last week Rookie Draft Pick S Jordan Bernstine suffered a lot of injuries on his knee and is out for the seaons (tore his anterior cruciate, posterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments — and ruptured his patellar tendon). They already lost Brandon Meriweather for another few weeks so they’re getting really thin in
this position. The Ram’s O line is also in the injury game so this could make of for the Redskins’ injured D by getting at Bradford.
I see more “Griffining” this weekend and another victory for my Skins.
About the Author
Written by Mercedes Green
I lived in Greene County Virginia for about 5 years of my childhood. This span of time was enough to imprint the love of the Washington Redskins (and hate of the Dallas Cowboys) into my life forever, even though I am Canadian and still live in Canada. I am in no way an expert on sports, football, or even the Redskins, but I do absolutely adore them, their fans and their home state(s). My favourite Redskin is and will always be Darrell Green (not because we share the same last name lol). I've adored Chris Cooley since he joined the team from the 2004 draft and love London Fletcher. Hail to the Redskins! See you October 30th in my home town of Toronto.