Robert Griffin III was unable to get the Washington Redskins' offense going against a young St. Louis Rams offense in his first drive of the afternoon Sunday. He was 2-for-2 for 18 yards, but he also lost four yards on a run and took a big sack against second-year Rams DE Robert Quinn, forcing a punt at 4th-and-17 and putting the Rams back into the game after the Redskins rode a fumble recovery on the first play of the game to a 7-3 lead.
So far Sam Bradford--yes, that's a storyline today--has him beat; he's 7-for-10 for 60 yards, though he's still yet to find a wide receiver other than Danny Amendola. That might be a problem in the long term, unless you're a PPR fantasy football player who owns Danny Amendola, but for now Bradford appears to be moving the offense forward about as much as a quarterback is allowed to in a Jeff Fisher offense.
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