This Browns fan wins the award for most depressing football-related Halloween decoration ever.
Robert Griffin III has picked up his share of detractors since leading the Redskins to a division title and the playoffs as a rookie in 2012. Former Patriots safety Rodney Harrison is one.
Let's be honest: Week 4 isn't the sexiest slate of NFL matchups this season, but with the Jets and Dolphins kicking off at 9:30 a.m. ET -- you can binge for some 15 hours plus.
Andrew Luck has a chance at an interception record, the Bears are on a record losing streak, Drew Brees can join the 400 touchdown club, and more.
Kirk Cousins threw two interceptions in the Redskins' loss to the Giants last Thursday, bringing his career total to 23 -- against 21 touchdowns.
We're heading into Week 4 and we've already seen two preseason playoff favorites -- the Cowboys and the Steelers -- lose their franchise quarterbacks.
There is every expectation within the team that quarterback Robert Griffin III will be on the roster beyond the trade deadline.
For his career, Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins has thrown 23 interceptions in 17 games against 21 touchdowns.
The Giants hold a 96-64-4 edge over the Redskins all-time, but are an even more impressive 16-6 since 2004, when the team traded Philip Rivers and draft picks for quarterback Eli Manning.
Three years ago, the Redskins thought they had their franchise quarterback in then-rookie Robert Griffin III.

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