Washington Redskins’ quarterback Robert Griffin III doesn’t regret staying in last year’s playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks after suffering a torn ACL, even knowing what he knows now. But he does believe this experience will inform the way he approaches such situations in the future.
“With what happened and how everything was running--you take me out,” Griffin said, per the Washington Post. “If that happened again next year, I’d come out of the game and sit until I was 100% healthy.”
To get to that game against Seattle, of course, Griffin and the Redskins beat the Cowboys in Washington DC to complete a season sweep and secure a playoff spot. And he hasn’t forgotten about it. Just last week, Griffin told fans at a pep rally that in 2012, the ‘Skins had made Cowboys Stadium their “home.”
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