The Redskins rookie quarterback was roughed up in his second career start on Sunday in St. Louis, a game the Rams eventually won 31-28. According to Griffin, the Rams made it clear they were going to go the extra mile to send their message.
"There was some extracurricular stuff going on after the plays," Griffin said, according to ESPN.com. "They were doing a lot of dirty things. I still think they have an extremely good team, that doesn't take anything away from them, but the game was unprofessional. Who am I to talk? I've barely been a pro for very long, but from what I experienced against the Saints compared to that game, it was definitely unprofessional and it does need to be cleaned up."
Griffin did his best to be somewhat diplomatic about things, but the general message of his words were clear — he thinks the Rams were playing dirty this weekend.
"I don't want to tip-toe the lines of anything that's happened with bounties or anything like that," Griffin said, "but they were definitely going after me. They made it a point, obviously, all week to hit me. Some of the shots were cheap of that nature."