In the midst of the total dumpster fire that is all aspects of the Washington Redskins organization, there’s a quarterback controversy. Coach Jay Gruden has decided to start Kirk “Kurt” Cousins over Robert Griffin III, leading many to speculate that the team could part ways with the oft-injured, under-performing quarterback. And based off of nothing, the Eagles keep getting tossed into the conversation.
Even one of RGIII’s current teammates, an “anonymous offensive starter,” thinks Griffin is a good fit for the Eagles. The anonymous source told ESPN’s Josina Anderson where he thinks RGIII would fit:
“Philly. I think he could be really good there. That is what he ran in college. That’s the type of system that I’m sure he can imagine himself in … knowing how fast-paced it is, knowing how he can run, seeing what Nick Foles did in it, what Michael Vick did in it … I think he would definitely thrive.”
And yea, he might fit well in this program, but where would he be? Bradford is your starter. Would he beat out Sanchez for the second-string spot? Maybe. Couldn’t he, if released, go somewhere and start? Probably. But the season hasn’t started yet, so lets enjoy all this nonsense while we can.