Even the sports columnists in town are losing all perspective. Take away, Rick Snider of the Washington Examiner:
Yep, that's the intro to his column on Monday morning. Griffin hasn't faced a single blitz or a live tackling drill. He hasn't even played against a veteran NFL player in practice. But he's already getting placed ahead of Joe Theismann, Billy Kilmer, Doug Williams and, uh, Rex Grossman.
These are Griffin's expectations: Be the best Redskins QB in 40 years and break the boundaries of NFL football. We can't wait.