With the Philadelphia Eagles facing off against Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins today, Inquirer staff writer Zach Berman wrote about the impact of a franchise quarterback at Philly.com.
The Eagles can take a lesson from Washington's turnaround, Berman writes:
The Redskins arrive in Philadelphia for Sunday's game against the Eagles at 8-6. They control their postseason fate. They can win the division that they haven't topped since 1999. The single biggest reason is their acquisition of a franchise quarterback. ... This is the biggest concern surrounding the future of the Eagles.