The trick for Robert Griffin III is to know when to get rid of the ball and when there’s a chance to buy more time. It’s a riddle he’ll have to solve or he’ll remain the same quarterback he is now: a talented one capable of big and sometimes oh-wow plays but also one who is sacked too often.
Being a pocket passer does not just mean completing passes from that area. It also means knowing how to maneuver and how to feel pressure and where to slide.
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