I Couldn’t believe what I saw on Sunday. When Robert Griffin III twisted his knee and ankle and fell to the ground, I honestly thought it was the end. My heart skipped a beat. So today on the show we asked the question; Take our Poll and check out the conversation Below…

According to the Washingtonpost.com,

The way the Redskins’ eight-game joyride ended probably couldn’t have been much more of a punch to the gut. In time, if you haven’t started already, you’ll probably appreciate this season for the giant step forward it was, the fun you had and the way a once-proud franchise is again relevant.

But if you wake up the morning after with a handful of questions and not much else, well, you’re not alone.

  • How bad is RGIII’s knee injury?
  • If it’s not something that involves serious rehab, is all the criticism for naught? Or was a lesson learned?
  • Should RGIII have even been in the game?
  • When was it time to take Griffin out?
  • Is Mike Shanahan to blame?
  • Is it a coach’s responsibility to protect players from themselves?
  • Was the advice of Dr. James Andrews really disregarded?
  • How much should you protect future chances at winning it all if it costs you a current chance at winning it all?
  • Would the Redskins have been able to protect a 14-point lead with Kirk Cousins and a heavy dose of Alfred Morris?
  • Why did Morris only have 16 carries?
  • Can Morris be effective without the threat of RGIII running?
  • Did we watch London Fletcher’s last game in burgundy and gold?
  • How can this team be improved in the offseason with no first-round pick and an $18 million cap penalty?
  • Is it too soon to start looking ahead?

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