In case you haven't heard, one of the many hits Robert Griffin III has been taking finally caused the Washington Redskins signal-caller to miss time.
With that being said, a concussed Griffin doesn't think he'll have to sit out any more than the 20 minutes he missed in a tough loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
Of course, that's out of his hands. He'll now have to pass baseline tests administered by independent neurologists before even returning to practice, let alone games. It's been called a "mild concussion," but some would argue that there's no such thing. These things can linger, and they're unpredictable.
We'll stay on it.
On to what else is being talked about in the league's most popular division.
From Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News: Jerry Jones says the Cowboys haven't considered removing play-calling duties from Jason Garrett's job description.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com writes that Morris Claiborne needs to forget about being beaten for a long touchdown last Monday.
From three separate scribes at the New York Daily News: Osi Umenyiora played on Sunday while his son was suffering from a health scare.
Steve Politi of the Newark Star-Ledger thinks the key for Ahmad Bradshaw on Sunday was that he was angry.
Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer looks at the Eagles defense and its inability to deliver in the clutch in Pittsburgh. They're not getting sacks and not getting off the field on third downs.
From CSN Philly's Geoff Mosher: Michael Vick doesn't have an explanation for the recent rash of fumbles he's been plagued by.
Mike Wise of the Washington Post writes on how losing RG3 would be a nightmare scenario for everyone in D.C.