Robert Griffin III gives Redskins lead over Giants with TD pass after 4th down conversion

Brad Penner-US PRESSWIRE

The Washington rookie is nearly unstoppable. The Redskins defense knows a thing about "unstoppable" though.

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is everything.

What is left to be said about the rookie that can do it all? "Dual threat" won't sum up the fact that RG3 can throw it, run it, and throw it while running it to convert this late fourth-and-ten against the Giants to keep a drive alive with Washington down 20-16 with minutes left in the game.

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That strike to Logan Paulsen kept the Redskins moving when anything that didn't net ten yards would have effectively ended the game. Griffin would later hit Santana Moss for the go-ahead touchdown to give Washington a 23-20 lead over the Giants in New Jersey. It was another huge moment for the rookie that teams have been unable to completely stop this season.

Victor Cruz knows a thing or two about being unstoppable, too. With less than two minutes to go in the game, Cruz went 77 yards to give the Giants back the lead at 27-23. What other GIFs could RG3 have up his sleeve with a minute to play?

(None. A fumble by Moss ends it. This game is fast.)

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