Well that headline isn't exactly a fact...but...
With the news just in about Robert Griffin the third under going a "successful" surgery, doubt still looms about whether or not he will be 100% before the start of the 2013 season. Doctor James Andrews is hiding behind a vague answer.
One thing is for sure, the Redskins better not let him step one foot on the field until he is 100%. Not 50%, not 90%, not even 99.9999999999999%. Robert Griffin is the Redskins fans' golden ticket and their chocolate factory is a large stadium in East Rutherford New Jersey.
If something doesn't change offensively with the gameplan that keeps RG3 safe from himself as well as the opposing defenses, then the trust of Redskins fans goes right out the door. Fan-anger is already at a fever-pitch after coaches allowed the QB to keep taking the field after his initial injury against the Ravens.
And think about this for a minute; had the Skins removed Griffin from the lineup earlier, he may have still required surgery. If that happened he would already be in his second month of recovery and rehab. That would have nearly guaranteed his knee would be better for the 2013 campaign.
Instead, Redskins fans will have to cross their fingers and hope for the best.
What does that mean! It means we should all rent the movie Mr. Destiny and watch it 5 times.
Written By Nexus Contributor Aaron Ebert @AaronEbert22