In fact, Griffin went a combined 16 of 18 in 11-on-11 drills on Friday and Saturday. One major emphasis for the fourth-year passer is consistency. And, after an up and down Day 1, he's shown well.
"While it may be early" is a good reason to counter any kind of positive news in training came for most players this time of year, for RGIII any little bit of good news may mean a little more. Obviously he's a key to the Redskins offense that features a lot of talent, so if Griffin can keep his momentum going heading into the season, it may be good news for his owners. Griffin is ranked just 21st on our QB list but would be a popular waiver wire pickup if he starts to put up fantasy numbers with his arms and feet.