Redskins quarterback Colt McCoy was unable to take his turn at the podium -- quarterbacks always speak to the media after games -- because of the sprained neck he suffered on the last sack.
McCoy was in pain and was in a hurry to get to a hospital for further evaluation. It was a rough day for McCoy, who was sacked six times and threw two interceptions. McCoy left with two minutes remaining because of the injury, replaced by Robert Griffin III.
The story added that Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he wasn’t sure who his starting quarterback would be, but that mostly has to do with McCoy’s health. But Gruden also said he would review the tape of McCoy’s game to see if a change is warranted. Robert Griffin III could possibly get the start again if McCoy can't go in Week 15.