Robert Griffin III was forced from Sunday's Week 14 game versus the Ravens with a right knee injury.
RGIII took a big hit to his knee, which may have been hyperextended. Trainers had to help him off the field, and he was heading to the locker room for evaluation after Kirk Cousins sent the game to overtime with an 11-yard touchdown to Pierre Garcon. The Redskins are calling the injury a "sprain," and Griffin's return is doubtful. He completed 15-of-26 passes for 246 yards and a touchdown and added seven carries for 34 yards. After directing the offense to an NFL season high 191 first-quarter yards, RGIII was kept in check for the final three quarters. If the injury ends up costing Griffin multiple games, fantasy owners can't count on Cousins as a viable starter.