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RGIII in the crowd

In what I would call the third iconic moment of his Redskins career — following his first touchdown pass in New Orleans, which begat Griffining, and his first fourth-quarter game-winning drive against the Bucs, which begat open expressions of love — Robert Griffin III ran 76 yards for a game-clinching touchdown against the Vikings, and then hung out in the crowd for a long, long time. Just sitting there. While everyone smiled.

Here are some photographs of the moment, via the AP, so you can smile some more.

Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.
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