RGIII Injury: 100% Inaccurate Reenactment

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Going into last week’s Wild Card Game, Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III already suffered a concussion and a sprained knee during the season.

Things only got worse from there.

In the first quarter of the game against the Seattle Seahawks, RG3 tweaked his knee once again and left the field briefly.
While he did return without missing a snap, he was visibly limping and was not very effective. On a botched snap in the fourth quarter, RG3 went down and was carried off the field. 
Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan was criticized for allowing RG3 to continue playing despite his injuries.
In this week’s "100% Inaccurate Reenactment" we leave no room for doubt where the blame lies. 

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