First of all, RG3 is superman. Here's the evidence -- watch it again.
Second of all, the Redskins are NOT in last place in the NFC East. The Cowboys are. That makes Monday feel better.
For the good, the bad, the ugly and the beauitiful from Washington's 38-26 victory over the Minnesota Vikings, read The 5th Quarter.
What are the NFL experts saying about the Redskins today? Find out in our Monday Morning Pundit Report.
Who came to play for the Skins yesterday and who did not? Find out in Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down.
Guess who leads the NFL in rushing touchdowns.
The Redskins face a "hefty" penalty for the way they handled the release of information about RG3's concussion last week.
Here is more on RG3's run.
The Redskins came into yesterday's game last in the NFL in 3rd down conversions. They finished 6-12 on third downs against the Vikings, a big improvement.
Dan Daly writes that hte Redskins came into yesterday's game with a long list of improvements that needed to be made and managed to check them all off the list.
Check out John Keim's must-read RG3 Report.
RG3 has a great arm and great legs, but Rick Snider writes he's especially good now that he's using his head.
John Keim has 10 observations about Washington's win over the Vikings. It's a good idea to read all ten of them.
Jason Reid writes that RG3 is more dangerous to opponents now that he's learning to play it safer on himself.
In case you were wondering, ILB Lorenzo Alexander can do more than just special teams. Speaking of special teams, did you see Niles Paul demolish Marcus Sherels yesterday? Credit Sherels for not losing the ball or his skull.
As I wrote yesterday, LT Trent Williams played great yesterday against DE Jared Allen.
Mike Wise writes that RG3 is giving a baseball-grieving city a big psychological lift.
New PK Kai Forbath got a tough introduction to the Redskins yesterday, being asked to hit a 50-yard FG in his first important kick. He did well.
Famous [or semi-famous] people write nice things about RG3 on Twitter.
If you like photos of RG3 leaping into the crowd at FedEx Field after scoring on a 76-yard TD run, here they are.