Did the Redskins coach make the right decision to allow RGIII to play with injuries?
According to New York Daily News, Redskins Quarterback Robert Griffin, III twisted his right knee during Sunday’s big game against the Seahawks.
He says the knee “buckled” on him.
Two plays later, he tossed a touchdown pass.
With his knee taped, he refused to come out of the game, something the coach wanted to hear according to the article.
Do you think he made a good decision by allowing him to continuing playing in Sunday’s game? Leave your comments below.
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