The Robert Griffin III trade could become one of the wildest trades in NFL history if the St. Louis Rams can somehow get a little help from the Houston Texans next week against the Titans.
If the Redskins lose their season finale at the New York Giants, and the Houston Texans win at Tennessee, the Redskins likely will have to ship the No. 1 overall pick of the 2014 draft to the St. Louis Rams. That’s right. The Redskins and Texans would finish with identical 3-13 records, but it looks like the Texans wouldn’t overcome the strength-of-schedule tiebreaker.
The Rams own the Redskins’ No. 1 pick this season as final payment for the 2012 trade that allowed the Redskins to select Griffin — who, as is fitting for this season, spent his second consecutive game Sunday as a healthy deactivation.
Who would St. Louis draft? Could Teddy Bridgewater be headed to St. Louis? Could you imagine Jadeveon Clowney and Robert Quinn? WOW