Because Monday night’s game went exactly as we all thought, right? The Washington (enter name here) football team defeated the first-place Dallas Cowboys in primetime. And yes, at one point in the night, Cleveland fans rejoiced (or puked) when both Colt McCoy and Brandon Weeden were in the game. So with McCoy’s performance over the past two weeks — he leads all quarterbacks in completion percentage over that stretch — what does this mean for Robert Griffin III? Washington head coach Jay Gruden said that McCoy’s stellar play won’t have any impact on Griffin, as he’s the starter as soon as he’s healthy. On Tuesday, Gruden said that Griffin is “very, very, very close” to returning. With six teams on bye this week, fantasy managers are scrambling to the waiver wire to replace Jay Cutler, Aaron Rodgers, Matthew Stafford, Kyle Orton, Matt Ryan and Zach Mettenberger. OKAY, maybe not Mettenberger, but you get the picture. Can Griffin be that guy this week for you? Chances are slim, to be honest. Yes, he could probably go out there against Minnesota on Sunday, but with a Week 10 bye week, it makes more sense to sit him until Week 11.
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