Some of you on HH who have been studying film should be able to address the issue of RG3's passing.
"When Robert Griffin III returns to the field next season, the Redskins quarterback intends to do it minus the bulky brace many blamed for blunting his speed and agility in 2013."
The ability to thrust off of his plant leg was also discussed in numerous instances as the reason for his decreased accuracy and passing technique problems from his rookie season – 2012 to 2013.
"Robert Griffin III’s passing problems raise questions about his ability to become elite"
Agility score was not shown for RGIII (http://mockdraftable.com/player/102/) since he did not participate in the 3Cone drill or the 20 yard short shuttle, but was for Russell Wilson - Agility Score: 11.06. http://mockdraftable.com/player/303/ and Andrew Luck - Agility Score: 11.08.
http://mockdraftable.com/player/175/. Note that Johnny Manziel - Agility Score: 10.78 was available
http://mockdraftable.com/player/4337/, but is a lower score than that of Wilson or Luck.
For reference purposes, Kirk Cousins - Agility Score: 11.55 – score is higher than the other QBs listed in this post. http://mockdraftable.com/player/57/
Robert Griffin III’s passing problems raise questions about his ability to become elite
Video: The Post Sports Live crew breaks down Robert Griffin III's performance in the Redskins loss to the Broncos and whether the quarterback can be a great pocket passer.
By Jason Reid, Published: October 30 http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/redskins/robert-griffin-iiis-passing-problems-raise-questions-about-his-ability-to-become-elite/2013/10/30/140ab3f2-417e-11e3-8b74-d89d714ca4dd_story.html
"Quarterback Robert Griffin III is on the move again because that’s what the Washington Redskins need and Griffin’s running could help the team salvage its season. But Griffin’s ineffective passing raises an important question: Will he ever be an elite drop-back"