"The Arm" of Redskins QB Robert Griffin III is already becoming legendary.
"It's more of running to your left and flicking your wrist and throwing the ball 70 yards," Washington's backup quarterback Rex Grossman said, as if it was the most natural thing in the world.
"His arm almost comes off like a whip," Grossman added, holding his own hand above his head, then flinging it forward about a foot in a vain attempt to demonstrate the way Griffin throws.
"There are a lot of plays in our offense where you boot[leg] and run to the left and the receivers cross downfield," Grossman said.
"He's going to make some impressive plays," Grossman continued. "Not just runs, he's going to make some big plays when everything breaks down."