"If we're going to win games, we need to win games with our guy saying, 'At the end of the day, I didn't make a play,' regardless of if it wasn't him," Moss said, per ESPN.com. "And that's how I feel. Because that's what we're out there to do."
"As a leader, you understand that if you're involved in the situation, whether you're the receiver, the quarterback, the guys making the tackle, whoever -- regardless of the outcome, good or bad, you have to, at some point, stand up and say me or I," Moss said.
The comments from a player inside Griffin's own locker room say much more.
"I don't need to be going back and forth in the media about who didn't do this and who didn't do what," Moss said. "At the end of the day, I was seen with the ball in my hand last. As a quarterback I'm saying, and if it didn't get done, then I'm going to let you know it was me. Whether it was me or not, it was me. And I'm going to get better. And we're going to get better together."
It has to be difficult for a young quarterback to continually take the blame during a losing situation. But Moss' point displays that the locker room is paying attention to the possible game Griffin is playing through the media.
UPDATE: Moss says he has no issues with Griffin.
"Things that might be said ain't something that you might feel you want to say the next day," Moss said Wednesday. "I'm gonna leave it like that."