Robert Griffin III didn't look happy with what he saw before the snap as the Redskins faced 2nd and Goal from Philadelphia's 5-yard line. It was his facial expression after the play -- a sack-fumble forced by Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin -- that might have been the lasting image of the first half.
After faking the handoff to Roy Helu Jr., the running back missed a block on Barwin. With Griffin's back turned, Barwin clobbered the second-year quarterback from behind and dislodged the ball. The ball popped into the air and then into the hands of Philadelphia's Fletcher Cox for the turnover. After the play, RG3 stayed on the ground helmet-less and struggled to get back to his feet.
Down 14-0, the Redskins had drove 75 yards before Barwin's crushing hit ended Washington's best opportunity to get some points in the first half.
Check out the look of frustration on Griffin's face.
— Robert Littal (@BlkSportsOnline) November 17, 2013