On Saturday, one of the most anticipated NFL preseason games (yes preseason) in recent memory took place right outside of the Nation’s capital. For only the third time since 1970, quarterbacks were taken 1-2 in the draft, and on this day, they would “faceoff” in a contest that had more hype surrounding it that some Wild Card Weekend matchups.
The two will be linked for years to come, but Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III played down the contest, as expected.
“You realize that’s the nature of the beast, nature of playing quarterback, nature of being drafted 1-2 at any position in any sport,” Luck told reporters earlier in the week. “It’s not too hard not to get caught up in it. We have much bigger things to worry about.”
The job of the beloved medials though is to get caught up in it. And in buying into all the…
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