A tight-lipped Robert Griffin III refused to share his thoughts on the harsh criticism his head coach directed at him on Monday, and also declined to elaborate on what areas of his fundamentals he will try to improve. The quarterback has only one focus: San Francisco. Asked what he thought of Griffin’s statement that the quarterback had many fundamental flaws in Sunday’s loss to Tampa Bay, Griffin said only, “Jay wants me to play better. I want to play better. We’re focused on San Francisco and making that happen. So, that’s all I have to say about that.” Asked for a response to Gruden’s stance that rather than discuss areas where his teammates could improve and instead “worry about himself,” Griffin said only, “Like I said, we’re focused on San Francisco. So, that’s all we’ve got.” In all – in response to 24 questions during the 7-minute, 30-second press conference – Griffin gave the response, “focused on San Francisco,” nine times, and he used the word “focus” or “focused” 18 times. Gruden on Monday discussed sloppy footwork, poor decision-making and field vision while he assessed Griffin’s performance against the Bucs. The coach said, “it was not even close to being good enough to what we expect from that quarterback position.” But Griffin didn’t elaborate when asked how he planned to improve in those areas. “Everything, man,” he replied. “Like I said, Jay wants me to play better, I want to play better. We want to win. That’s all we’re focused on: getting the win. We’ve got San Francisco coming up and they’re not going to make it easy.” Controversy again returned to Redskins Park on Monday after Griffin, during his post-game press conference, said discussed his need improve, but also added that he needed help from his teammates in order to play great. The statement rubbed some teammates the wrong way, and Gruden told the quarterback to focus on his game. “Well, first of all Robert needs to understand he needs to worry about himself, No. 1, and not everybody else,” Gruden said on Monday. “It’s his job to worry about his position, his footwork, his fundamentals, his reads, his progressions, his job at the quarterback position. It’s my job to worry about everybody else.” Griffin in turn addressed the team on Monday, attempting to clear the air. But he didn’t offer details on that speech. It wasn’t clear if the new muzzled approach came as an edict from Jay Gruden or from team PR chief Tony Wyllie, who stood nearby to control the press conference. Asked if he found the tight-lipped approach, or the never-ending scrutiny to his words, difficult to deal with, Griffin still didn’t budge. “Hey, it is what it is,” he said. “You get what you ask for, so I’m focused on San Francisco, Jay wants me focused on San Francisco, and that’s what I’m going to do.”