Facing criticism after throwing a bad interception and taking unnecessary risks with his legs in his second preseason game, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III had a simple message for his doubters on Wednesday: Keep it up, guys. Doubters have provided motivation for Griffin since his days at Copperas Cove High.
They doubted in High School They doubted a turnaround at @Baylor They doubted a Heisman was possible Keep doubting. It’s nothing New.
— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) August 20, 2014
Because at the end of the day, in the Griffin Household we read Philippians 4:12-13. We can do ALL things. Through Him & For Him. — Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) August 21, 2014
Griffin’s talk of doubters is nothing new, either. In June, he reminded us that, on our journeys through life, there will be haters and doubters on their journeys, too. Presumably, one should avoid those haters and doubters like would-be tacklers in a meaningless preseason game, by sliding or stepping out of bounds. I don’t doubt that Griffin will do a better job of that Saturday.