MINNEAPOLIS—Robert Griffin III shouldered the blame for the Redskins’ 29-26 loss to Vikings on Sunday, saying he needed to be better in the clutch moments late in the fourth quarter.
The Redskins went into their game against the Vikings on something of a roll defensively. They had allowed just 17 points in each of the last two games.
The much-anticipated return of Robert Griffin III to the starting lineup had its moments but ultimately some major mistakes and misfires by the Redskins quarterback were critical in Washington’s 2
Redskins coach Jay Gruden took his hat off to the Vikings, but expressed his frustration with the way the Redskins played in their loss in Minnesota.
MINNEAPOLIS—The day began with a bus accident that left many Redskins’ players and coaches rattled.