5 stats explaining the rise and fall of Robert Griffin III:
Points, wins and more: The Redskins scored 436 points in Robert Griffin III's rookie year, the 4th most in a single season in team history. Washington's 7-game win streak tied for its longest since 1996 and RGIII set a QB rookie record with 815 rushing yards.
Turning point: Robert Griffin III tore his ACL and LCL during the wild card loss to Seattle. Before the injury, RGIII had 7 rushing touchdowns. After the injury, RGIII rushed for 1 touchdown between 2013 and 2015.
Road bump: September 29, 2013 marked the last day Robert Griffin III started and won a road game. Since then, RGIII is 0-7 with a 59.1 completion percentage, 7 passing touchdowns and 5 interceptions.
Four-getful: Robert Griffin III was one of 4 quarterbacks in the 2014 season to throw more interceptions than touchdown passes with a minimum of 200 attempts. Griffin III joined the not-so-prestigious group of Josh McCown, Blake Bortles and Brian Hoyer with 4 pass TD and 6 INT.
Down for the count: Defenders sacked Robert Griffin III 33 times in 9 games in 2014. 16 NFL teams allowed fewer sacks all season than RGIII had in 9 games. For more perspective, the recently retired Peyton Manning was sacked 17 times in 16 games in 2014.