In his preseason debut, Robert Griffin III looked a lot better on the field than he did in the box score. He finished just 4-of-8 for 36 yards passing, but keep in mind that wide receiver Pierre Garcon dropped a wide-open 61-yard touchdown pass. Head coach Jay Gruden is pleased with the progress Griffin has made in his second season in the scheme
."I just think his comfort in the pocket looked a little bit better," Gruden said, via the Associated Press, per Pro Football Talk. "We still have a long way to go to grade him, but we're happy with his progress. We've just got to continue to work with him and be positive and go from there."
Griffin will continue to try improve within Gruden's scheme as the preseason rolls on. One thing we know for sure is that he is not short on confidence.
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(h/t Pro Football Talk)