In today’s mailbag, we examine David Amerson’s sophomore slump, take a look back at some history, and of course, talk a little Robert Griffin III.

The Week 11 game was the most stark example of Jay Gruden scheming up good plays that Robert Griffin III failed to execute.

Despite an apparent demotion, Redskins cornerback is aiming for improved consistency and play-making ability.



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