Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III has struggled this season. He completed 11-of-27 passes for 127 yards and threw one interception (no touchdowns) during a 27-6 loss against San Francisco on Monday. Griffin, who had a 58.7 passer rating, was sacked four times and hit on seven occasions.
The second-year quarterback has been ineffective this season, and Washington’s 3-8 record reflects Griffin’s struggles. He has played so poorly, it is now fair to wonder why he has not been benched in favor of Kirk Cousins.
“He’s obviously a man and he makes his own decisions, but I personally don’t feel he should be playing right now,” Brooks told CSNWashington.com.
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Brooks based his opinion on the knee injury Griffin sustained in a January playoff loss against Seattle, which required surgery.
“I don’t think he should be playing,” Brooks told CSNWashington.com. “You can see it. Everybody can see it, everybody can see it.”
It might be time for Washington to admit it……