"He put on a show and had a game that just floored me," Jones said. "And they won, and they won in large part because of his play at quarterback. I thought, 'My goodness, and we're going to have to be playing this guy for years and years.' And so he's got it."
Griffin's rookie success feels like 4,000 years ago, a run that came prior to major knee surgery inside a Kyle Shanahan-led scheme that used the most of the singal-caller's freaky mobility. RGIII's decline is both puzzling and depressing for a franchise that thought their time under center had finally come.