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RGIII in the crowd

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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.