On Sunday, the 4-11 Redskins will play their final game of the season, hosting the Dallas Cowboys.
Jay Gruden was understandably upbeat and proud of Washington's effort in his postgame press conference Saturday evening.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden says outside perception won’t alter his approach to coaching Robert Griffin III.
A week after saying he didn't need to see anything else from Griffin to know what he has in him, Gruden scoffed at the notion that the quarterback had reached his ceiling.
After Washington's sixth straight loss, Mike Jones highlights bad line play, the multitude of penalties and why bad things (and good days from opposing players) always seem to happen.
After a 24-13 loss to the Giants, Redskins coach praised Robert Griffin III's competitiveness but lamented the offense's performance in key moments.
Washington's coach said he doesn't need to see any more to form his opinion about the struggling quarterback, even though the offseason will feature a big decision about his future.
Colt McCoy took the bulk of the first-team snaps at quarterback for the Redskins, and barring a setback, he will start on Sunday against New York.
Lower and lower this team sinks, and frustrations mount. Mike Jones answers readers questions about the coach's demeanor when discussing quarterbacks, his future here and the defensive coordinator.
As he took the podium for Monday's press conference, Jay Gruden looked as haggard and beaten as we've ever seen him.