The Redskins are looking for answers to stop their losing streak, and Robert Griffin III thinks he's got one. Griffin said that he could run more, and considering the team hasn't called any designed runs for him this season, he may have a point. The risk, of course, is that his surgically-repaired knee might not yet be up to the burden of taking on more offensive responsibility, but part of Griffin's greatness is the fact he can make plays both in the air and on the ground. Take one of those elements away from him, and opposing teams have a much easier time keeping him contained.
Risk versus reward?
Griffin's running game is a weapon, but his long-term health could be at risk if he puts himself out there more than he already does.
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