It only took one game for the Pat White bandwagon to receive its jump-start, as fans moronically hit the airwaves, calling in to local DC radio stations and expressing their opinion as to why Pat White should start the season in place of the rehabbing Robert Griffin III.
Said train has seemingly derailed. As most of us promised it would.
Although I once favored heading into the season with just two quarterbacks, Kirk Cousins' most recent foot sprain was enough to think a decent, deeper insurance policy is best for the Redskins.
There shouldn't be any question as to who the third quarterback is.
In addition to continuity, Rex Grossman is the seasoned veteran with the most time spent in Kyle Shanahan's offense. And while his passes may sail, and his decision-making may lead us to rip our hair out, he gives this team the best chance to win behind Griffin and Cousins.
Ideally, you don't want the third-string quarterback playing. And in most cases, he won't.
That said, Grossman is the consummate teammate, a guy that much of the locker room respects and a quarterback who has started plenty of games in the NFL, including a Super Bowl.
Meanwhile, White ranks near the bottom of the league this preseason with a quarterback rating of 54.