At some point, an injured player, even a star such as Robert Griffin, is too hampered to help a team. Deciding when enough is enough is the problem.Wednesday, 9 January, 2013, 3:04am
With the NFL's regular season done and dusted, it's time for the play-offs, and history shows that a team from the wild-card weekend usually makes a deep run.
The fourth-seeded Washington Redskins in the NFC and fifth-seeded Indianapolis Colts in the AFC are two of eight teams in action this weekend trying to crash the Super Bowl party.5 Jan 2013 - 3:09am
With quarterback Robert Griffin III and fellow rookie Alfred Morris leading the way, the Washington Redskins beat Dallas 28-18 to capture the last NFL play-off berth.
In the final game of the regular season, Morris rushed for a career-best 200 yards and three touchdowns to help the Redskins claim the NFC East division crown in a must-win game against their bitter division rivals.1 Jan 2013 - 5:58am
Robert Griffin III walked gingerly through the Washington Redskins' locker room, his sprained right knee in a big black brace.
His teammates stood at their lockers, mixing together the emotions of an improbable 31-28 overtime win over the Baltimore Ravens with the fear that their franchise player could be seriously hurt.11 Dec 2012 - 2:31am
Robert Griffin III went down, the ball popped out, and the Washington Redskins scored a touchdown.
Look out, New York Giants and the rest of the NFC East. If Griffin keeps getting these kinds of breaks, it'll be hard to keep him out of the title hunt for years to come.5 Dec 2012 - 2:16am