In his second NFL game, Robert Griffin III was knocked around, sacked, chased, and generally harassed by the St. Louis Rams. He also made plays with his arm, his feet, and his head and was the primary reason the Redskins were able to hold on before losing 31-28 in the last minutes of play.Griffin completed 20 of 29 passes for 206 yards and one touchdown. He also threw the first interception of his two-game NFL career.As noted, Griffin got it done running as well with 11 attempts for 82 yards and two touchdowns.Griffin was not impressed with his performance. Youre judged on wins and losses, he said. We lost the game so I didnt play well enough.Still, he did some things well. He scored the Redskins first offensive touchdown (they scored early in the game on a 30-yard Josh Wilson fumble return) on a five-yard scamper around left end.It was Griffins right arm that got it done on their next possession. After faking an end around and then a handoff, he launched one to a wide-open Leonard Hankerson. The second-year wide receiver gathered in the bomb and went in to complete the 68-yard scoring play.His big mistake came as halftime approached. With 52 seconds left until halftime, he threw under pressure and cornerback Courtland Finnegan picked it off at the Redskins 45. The turnover set up a field goal that cut the Redskins lead to 21-16 at halftime.The pick wasnt the only play where Griffin was pressured. Although he was sacked just once he was hit a number of times, some of them perhaps later than allowed by the rules. Griffin did say after the game that he got hit late a few times but declined to comment further.After the Rams scored in the third quarter to take a 23-21 lead, Griffin pulled a classic fantasy football touchdown vulture move. After running back Alfred Morris got the Redskins into the red zone with runs of 29 and 14 yards, Griffin saw a hole open up in the middle of the Rams defense and he scampered through it on a quarterback draw. His seven-yard TD run put the Redskins up 28-23.That run came with about five and a half minutes left in the third quarter and would be Washingtons last points. On their last five possessions the Redskins did not come close to the red zone and their only realistic chance of scoring lasted only for a few seconds. That was because Josh Morgan lost his cool and drew a 15-yard penalty after a Griffin pass to him got the Redskins down to the St. Louis 29 with a chance to tie the game with a field goal. The penalty resulted in Billy Cundiff having to try a 62-yarder to tie it up and he was well short and wide.