2014 DRAFT GUIDE
 #10 Robert Griffin III
 Pos: Quarterback
NFL Team: WAS
Injury: OK
 Experience: 3
College: Baylor
Height: 74
Weight: 217
Born: 2/12/1990
 Year  Tm  Gm  Cmp  Att  Yds  TDs  Int  Sack  Rush  Yds  TDs  Fum 
PROJ0037222513966005
2013WAS13274456320316123886489011
2012WAS15258393320020530120815712

Summary

Quarterback Rank: #14All Players: #87
Griffin didn't live up to the hype of his rookie season and really took a step backwards last season, eventually finding his way on the bench late in the year. The coaching staff claims he was benched for health reasons but it looked to be more performance based than anything. Griffin had 16 touchdowns to 16 turnovers for the season and didn't run for a score despite rushing for 489 yards. Griffin got off to a slow start to the season as he returned from a torn ACL, which seemed to impact him all season. Griffin gets a fresh start this season with a new coaching staff. New head coach Jay Gruden is a good offensive mind that should help the development of Griffin. Griffin is accurate for a young quarterback and throws a great deep ball. He can make all the throws but struggled with his decision making more last season. He looked indecisive at times. His biggest asset might be his legs. Griffin is an elusive runner with game-breaking speed at the quarterback spot.
FANTASY OUTLOOK
Griffin is a bit of a risk after last season but he carries huge upside. We would consider him a low-end No. 1 fantasy quarterback. He can rebound from last season and should be helped by Gruden, but don't just bank on him returning to his rookie season form. He can throw for around 3,500 yards and score around 28 total touchdowns with 500 or 600-rushing yards. Be prepared for him to miss a game or two because of injury but he can produce the huge game when on the field.

comments about Robert Griffin III

Notes

Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III's designed running plays might be 'few and far between,' according to head coach Jay Gruden. He still has the green light to scramble as the situation dictates. 'I feel good where he's at,' Gruden said. 'He made some serious strides just in the spring working in the pocket and delivering throws and pulling it down and running when he had to run. That comes naturally but also comes with a lot of reps and playing the position.'
Source: KFFL.com
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III will work with quarterbacks coach Terry Shea next week to tune up before training camp. Griffin worked with Shea earlier in the offseason. Shea focused hard on Griffin's fundamentals, including narrowing his base, getting his feet to turn with his body in the pocket and raising where Griffin held the ball - at times last year he held it too low, leading to a wind-up throw.
Source: KFFL.com
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III looks more explosive this season, according to offensive coordinator Sean McVay. McVay also said he expects Griffin to return to his 2012 form now that he is playing without a knee brace. 'I don't think there's any question: he looks explosive,' McVay said. 'He looks like he is exactly what he was in the 2012 season. I think people underestimate when you have a brace on your knee how much that truly restricts you... So I think being able to take that off, he looks extremely explosive.'
Source: KFFL.com
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III wants to maximize each moment he has with his teammates in 2014, something he missed out on last offseason as he worked his way back from injury. 'That's what people don't understand,' Griffin said. 'Being around my teammates, being able to work with them, condition with them and lift with them, just the locker room talk is all so important. It's important to me. 'Last year, I didn't have an opportunity to do that, but I didn't take that mindset into the season and say, 'This is going to hurt me. This is going to hurt me.' I'm going keep playing the hand that's dealt to me. Last year, I had the rehab. This year, I don't have to do that. I'm going to take full advantage of that.'
Fantasy Impact: Griffin is really setup for a bounce-back season. He is ready to turn things around.
Source: KFFL.com
Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Sean McVay said he was impressed with how QB Robert Griffin III picked up the offense this offseason and translating his knowledge to the field. 'He did an excellent job above the neck,' McVay said, 'as far as absorbing the new system, some of the terminology. ? He's done an excellent job translating his knowledge in the meeting room onto the field, recognizing some of those looks. Some of the audible situations we'll give him the opportunity to call things at the line. He's shown he's fully capable of doing it and that's what gives him a great chance to have success this year.'
Source: KFFL.com
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III explained that the team has a new 'movement' and identity during offseason workouts and minicamp this year. 'The movement is just an identity for us,' Griffin explained. 'What's going to be our identity? 'The Hogs' had their identity. We're not the Hogs. We're a fast, explosive football team both on offense and defense.'
Source: KFFL.com
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III is ready to become more of a pocket passer, knowing it will be beneficial to his long-term success. New head coach Jay Gruden will implement more elements of a controlled passing game, as he did with the Cincinnati Bengals, including play-action, something Griffin has excelled in.
Source: KFFL.com
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III said the players have done a good job picking up the new offensive system but need more time to master the offense. 'I think it is coming together nicely. The quarterback room is doing really well and we're ahead on a lot of things. But that's where we're supposed to be. We've got to have that mastery of the offense. But coming out here to the field ? doing some talking at the line, getting some things under control and getting the looks that we need to be in, it's been good,' Griffin said.
Source: KFFL.com
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III looks effortless in his dropbacks and throwing mechanics during organized team activities now that he isn't impeded by his knee brace.
Source: KFFL.com
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III, who spent part of the offseason working out with quarterback guru Terry Shea, has been focusing on using a quicker release - more over the top - and having a more narrow base when he throws. Head coach Jay Gruden said the team has harped on Griffin's fundamentals, and he likes how Griffin has responded. 'This is all a learning process for him,' Gruden said. 'It's important for him to take natural strides every day and get better. The thing about Robert is that is his intent when he comes to work every day. He's a sponge for information.'
Source: KFFL.com

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