A gimpy Robert Griffin III will continue to struggle and disappoint loyal Washington Redskins fans

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Robert Griffin III remains a work in progress.

Dynamic Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III struggled in Washington’s 38-20 blowout loss Sunday to the Packers in Green Bay.

Allegedly healed from January’s reconstructive surgery to repair the ACL and LCL ligaments in his right knee, the 23-year-old Griffin threw three touchdowns, against one pick, for 320 yards against Green Bay in garbage time.

Suffering the same injury as a Baylor University Bear four years ago, Griffin also totaled just one yard on four carries at Lambeau Field.

Although the statistics of Kim Kardashian’s wet dream read decently, the athletic phenomenon has displayed horrific footwork, looked slow as a runner and been tentative in the pocket.

Returning in record fashion from a severe wound to compete in a collision sport, Griffin doesn’t resemble the 2012 Offensive Rookie of the Year.

For example, reportedly again able to finish the 40-yard dash in 4.3 seconds, Griffin has rushed nine times for a porous 28 yards over two games.

Thankfully, despite being a tremendous scrambler when healthy, the former Bear is capable of flourishing strictly as a classic passer.

However, employing hideous mechanics as a quasi gimp, Griffin is not ready to thrive on the gridiron in any area.

Anything but a “cornball brother,” Griffin will eventually mend and guide the Redskins to their first championship since the 1991 campaign.

Nevertheless, in the interim, Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins are bound to disappoint their loyal supporters in 2013.

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