Vikings Vs. Redskins: Robert Griffin III goes HAM

Matt Stamey-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

When they needed someone, it was RGIII Who went HAM

RGIII HAM!

There's nothing more to say...

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Robert Griffin III's sixth rushing touchdown of his rookie season was far and away his most memorable. Late in a tight game, at home, with the Minnesota Vikings making a late push. The Redskins needed someone to go HAM, and it was their young QB running 76 yards for a huge TD in which no defender could even hope to catch him. All they could do was watch him high step into the end zone, playfully glancing back at the DB who had no chance.

There are definitive moments for every organization, and this might be it for the Redskins. The time to analyze the minutia of the run comes tomorrow-- for now it's HAM, HAM we say!

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