The Redskins must be happy with the decision to trade up in the draft for their franchise QB.
Robert Griffin III is not only putting up monumental stats, but he's now putting wins on the board for the Redskins while bringing a new excitement to Washington football.
RGIII took a quarterback draw 76 yards for a Redskins touchdown late in the fourth quarter to put the game away against the Vikings. Griffin showed his world class speed throughout the game rushing for 138 yards and two touchdowns on thirteen carries to go along with 182 yards through the air with a touchdown and an interception. The Redskins' signal caller had just five incompletions in the game that the Redskins won 38-26.
The 76-yard run was the second longest by a quarterback in NFL history since 1940. Watch the impressive carry in the video below.