AP Pro32 comments about Redskins
NEW YORK -- Comments on the Washington Redskins by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
WASHINGTON REDSKINS (18)
Chris Berman (ESPN, 17) -- Will be exciting at end every week.
Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 22) -- Robert Griffin III makes this team dangerous against anyone.
Cris Collinsworth (NBC Sports, 20) -- Comment currently unavailable
Bob Glauber (Newsday, 18) -- Robert Griffin III's headset goes out at the end, but he finds a way to get the Redskins in position for the game-winning field goal against the Bucs. And this time, Billy Cundiff makes good on his field goal attempt after three previous misses.
Rick Gosselin (Dallas Morning News, 16) -- Robert Griffin III arrives and suddenly the Redskins have the best rushing attack in the NFL.
Clark Judge (CBSSports.com, 20) -- There's only on thing RG3 can't do, and that's last the season getting hit like this.
Ira Kaufman (Tampa Tribune, 17) -- There are rookie quarterbacks, and then there's Robert Griffin III.
Pat Kirwan (SiriusXM NFL Radio/CBSSports.com, 17) -- The Redskins have defensive issues over injuries that have to be solved. The offense led by RG3 will score points and be dangerous all season if Griffin can stay healthy.
John Lynch (Fox Sports, 18) -- RG3 continues to impress. This time it was a game winning drive in which he exhibited poise and a ton of skill.
Alex Marvez (Foxsports.com, 15) -- The Redskins were 2-6 in their previous nine games decided by three points or less before Billy Cundiff nailed the game-winning field goal in Sunday's 24-22 road win over Tampa Bay.
Dan Pompei (Chicago Tribune, 18) -- With RGIII, they rank 17th; without him, they'd rank 117th.
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