Robert Griffin III said the Washington Redskins offense has "fixed what we needed to fix" ahead of the team's regular season opener on Sunday, according to CSN Washington.
After Washington fell 23-17 to the Ravens in the team's third preseason game, Griffin said the offense made too many mistakes and that he had to play better.
On Monday, the quarterback said that even though the team's starters didn't play in the final preseason game, they took care of what they needed to in practice to get ready for Week 1.
"We had two solid games and we put together a bad one. That’s what everybody remembers and that’s fine. We’ll get that taste out of our mouth when we play Houston," Griffin said.
When asked to elaborate on what exactly the team fixed in practice, Griffin said "That’s for us to know and you guys to find out."
Washington opens the season on the road at the Texans on Sunday.
- Molly Geary