Robert Griffin III concerned Commanders secondary won't hold up vs. A.J. Brown The Commander is set to

come to town in Week 3 to rival a formidable division rival, looking to pull off an ugly loss to the Lions in Week 2.

As Robert Griffin III eloquently explained to Sports junkie on Monday, loading up against the run this time couldn't be easier.

Brown had field day against the Lions in the first week, taking a total of 11 catches for 155 yards on 13 goals.

He contributed more than about 63% of Hearts' total passing yards for the game. Washington's secondary

was set on fire by Amon-Ra St. Brown (9 rec, 116 yards, 2 TD) in Week 2, leaving eight yards per carry

for the Lions' rapid attack. Griffin said you have a quarterback that ran 90 yards the first week, you

have an offensive line that is extremely physical group. They're going to try to repeat, if not against

repeat, if not against the Commanders Front compared to the previous two teams, it's a bad situation.

Griffin said he would hate to score points on them Be they have to do it against Philly otherwise it will be ugly