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For some teams, their biggest weapon is under center.
Ask the Panthers, Patriots and the Manning-led Broncos about who their biggest playmaker is, and they'll point you right in the direction of their signal-caller.
RGIII can be the Skins' biggest weapon with both his arm and legs.
In his final two years at Baylor, Griffin threw for 7,794 yards and 59 touchdowns, leading Baylor to 17 wins in that time frame.
Griffin also carried for over 600 yards in each of those seasons and scored 18 TDs with his legs.
You know with Mike Shannahan running the show that the Redskins are going to attack via the ground. But Griffin gives Washington a dual-threat presence at quarterback they haven't had since Sammy Baugh rocked the leather helmet.
RGIII is the early candidate for Rookie of the Year, and he should be. Andrew Luck, although athletic and probably a more polished passer, won't beat out Griffin because the team around him stinks.
Griffin has a real shot to do some damage in the NFC East in his first NFL season. With his receivers and defense, watch out for Washington.