Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III said this morning during a conference call with Green Bay Packers beat writers that he’s 100 percent healthy.
“Yeah, I mean I feel good,” said Griffth, who blew out a knee last January but started for Washington in the season opener Monday night against Philadelphia.
“God’s got a plan and we all made it out of the game healthy. That’s the most important part of it.”
Griffin wasn’t happy with his offense on Monday, when Washington fell behind 33-7.
“We were sloppy as an offense and we made our coaches look bad on the national stage and that’s not the way this organization is run,” Griffin said. “It’s not the way we run as an offense. We’ll clean that up. We’ve got to do that Sunday.”
Griffin didn’t see much action in the preseason as he recovered from the knee injury but said that wasn’t a good reason why he looked a little rusty against the Eagles.
“I think that’s an excuse,” Griffin said. “I’m not in the business of making excuses. We’re responsible for the way we played. We didn’t play very well in the first half. We turned it on in the second but it was too late by then. We’ve got to make sure we play 60 minutes.”
When asked what he saw out of the Packers' defense against the San Francisco 49ers, when they gave up almost 500 yards, Griffin said: “Bottom line is Green Bay didn’t win, we didn’t win. You got two teams that are hungry to get a win. They’re going to meet on the field in Green Bay. That’s’ all you can worry about. I’m not going to get into the specifics of what their defense did vs. (Colin) Kaepernick and all those other things. We just got to get ready to prepare.”