WASHINGTON (WUSA) -- It's up to you how hard you choose to look into these comments, but I think they are fascinating either way.
Kendall Wright, Robert Griffin III's top receiver at Baylor, said that the Bears did not use a playbook. Seriously. Here's the quote via The Tennessean.
"I think we are the only team that didn't have a playbook," Wright said of Baylor. "It is kind of a different kind of learning deal. We see it visually and we run it, and it just sticks with us when you are out there running it."
Wright went on to explain that Baylor strictly used hand signals in their 100 percent no huddle offense. He did contend that his college offense had over 300 plays, just none of them were ever written down.
So what does this mean? Two things.
A) RGIII is going to have to answer 852 questions about his playbook in college.
B) Remember on Thursday when Mike Shanahan said that Griffin will be able to do things that no quarterback has done in this league? I have a pretty strong feeling the Redskins are going to incorporate a healthy dosage of the no huddle offense. Like say, 50 percent of the time.