At the risk of
alienating readers, here's further evidence the Eagles should
have traded up to draft Robert Griffin III.
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Griffin’s 93.3 completion
percentage Sunday was the highest for a quarterback with four touchdown passes
since Steve Young in 1994. That’s Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young.
Griffin also was
credited with this esoteric statistic: He’s the first player to throw at least
three scoring passes of 60 or more yards and rush for a 60 or more yard TD in
the same season.
Even the great
Steve Young didn’t do that.
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