Robert Griffin III's knee injury still seems to be affecting his game, as his mediocre stats and lack of explosiveness this season suggest. 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks said that he doesn't believe Griffin should be playing until he's fully recovered. Brooks has a unique perspective on this -- he sacked Griffin twice and hit him two other times in the 49ers' 27-6 victory over the Redskins on Monday night. The idea of sitting Griffin might have some merit for the Redskins, as they're 3-8 and need to think long term about Griffin's career.

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