The Washington Redskins are getting more banged up by the minute in their NFC Wild Card playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks, it would seem. Wide receiver Pierre Garcon, who has already limped off the field once in this game, is questionable to return after suffering a shoulder injury.
Garcon is Robert Griffin III's favorite target and the Redskins' best big play threat – other than Griffin himself – so him not being able to return would be a huge hindrance as the 'Skins try to hold on to a 14-13 lead. Garcon is leading the 'Skins in receiving thus far with 3 catches for 42 yards.
Griffin, who also left briefly with what looked like a knee injury, hasn't been as sharp as he normally is, but he's 9-15 for 76 yards and two touchdowns, along with an interception. He hasn't moved nearly as well since being taken to the trainer's room.