Like everything else this season in Cleveland, Robert Griffin III hasn't worked out. It's not entirely his fault -- he was injured in Week 1, didn't see the field again for three months and when he returned last Sunday against the Bengals the results were almost predictable.

Griffin finished 12 of 26 for 190 yards and one of the worst interceptions you'll ever see:

Afterwards, Football Outsiders noted that RG3 was 0-for-8 on throws of more than 10 yards beyond the line of scrimmage (including the aforementioned arm punt), and Pro Football Focus ranked Griffin as the worst player in Week 14.

But through it all, first-year Browns coach Hue Jackson isn't yet ready to move on from Griffin, originally drafted second overall by the Redskins back in 2012.

"I am not giving up on it. I am going to work through it and see where we are," Jackson said Wednesday, via "That is the whole part of him playing so we can evaluate where we are and have a good feel about it when the season is over."

That said, Jackson isn't blind to Griffin's struggles.

"There needs to be a jump in performance. Last week, I tried to temper this whole room that it may not go well because I knew that could happen. Now this week, I can't say that. ... Now, you need to go play well. I expect that everything will be better from that standpoint. ... Let's go through this week and see where he is and see if he improved or not before we just write him off."

Griffin agrees.

"Just going back and watching the tape, I saw a number of areas that I can play better in," he said. "I will play better. I know I can. I know my teammates have seen me do it time and time again. ... I will definitely have to knock off a lot of the rust and the conditions and will put out a better product."

Whether Griffin can help the Browns to their first win of the season is another matter. SportsLine's Stephen Oh gives them an 18 percent chance of winning at Buffalo this Sunday though Bills' defensive lineman Marcell Dareus puts those chances at zero.

There is good news, however: Oh gives the Browns a 56 percent chance of pulling out at least one victory among their three remaining games, with Week 16's matchup against the Chargers being the most likely at 36 percent. (Hey, you hit .360 and you're going to the Hall of Fame. It's all about perspective.)