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09/19/14 - QB Robert Griffin III (ankle) was officially listed as out for Sunday's game and is expected to stay out for several weeks.
09/17/14 - QB Robert Griffin III is out indefinitely after dislocating his left ankle kast Sunday against Jacksonville.
09/15/14 - QB Robert Griffin III dislocated his left ankle in yesterday's game with Jacksonville and is out indefinitely. The ankle will be put in a cast and re-evaluated in a couple of weeks according to coach Jay Gruden, who said there was no fracture of ligament damage, either of which could have made it a season-ending injury.
09/14/14 - QB Robert Griffin was hurt as he tried to avoid Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny along the Washington sideline on a 19-yard completion across his body to DeSean Jackson with 8:57 left in the first quarter. The official diagnosis was a dislocated left ankle, which could prove a season-ending injury. The Redskins will have a battery of tests done Monday.
"I was trying to stiff-arm Posluszny and my ankle got caught in the ground," Griffin explained in the gloomy aftermath, taking the podium on crutches with his left ankle heavily wrapped. "When I landed, I wanted to look at my ankle because I felt something. When I looked at it, it didn't look in a great position so I knew something was wrong."
09/08/14 - QB Robert Griffin III's statistics – 29 of 37 passing, 267 yards, no interceptions, 96.7 passer rating -- were fine, but the third-year quarterback only got his team in the end zone once, didn't throw a touchdown pass, averaged just 7.2 yards per attempt (with just one completion over 22 yards), was sacked three times and was hurried/hit 14 times.
So Sunday's 17-6 loss in Houston was from a successful start to Griffin's reboot with new coach Jay Gruden after an ugly 2013 season under former boss Mike Shanahan.
"(The Texans) were going to make us earn it the entire game playing soft coverages," Griffin explained. "We did a good job moving the ball ... but we aren't here for moral victories we want to get the W and we didn't do a good enough job to do that. I gotta play better for us to do that.
"If you look at total yards, time of possession and the amount of first downs we were getting it was building up to where you would think we had 28-35 points and we just gotta go score those points. We'll find ways to get our guys in the position to make those plays down the field even if (opposing defenders are) playing soft coverages. We're not going to come out next week and heave ho and throw 30 meatballs. You have to execute and if they're going to give you those routes, you have to take them."