BEREA, Ohio--Robert Griffin III said the Browns are focused on trying to end the season on a positive and a two game winning streak. They are not worryied about losing the top pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
"From the outside looking in, no one really can see it the way we see it, because we're in it," Griffin said "We're experiencing it and we have to go out every single week and put it on the line. So for us to end 2-0 means something for us as an organization, for our young guys going into the off-season and feeling the experience of winning again. I think that's important."
Hue Jackson said that he wanted to see Griffin play another game as he evaluates what the quarterback situation will look heading into 2017. Griffin downplayed having to play a strong game to impress the front office.
"I'm just going in and wanting to execute on what we need to do to win the game," Griffin said. "That's what it comes down to. I'm not focused on any of those things.
"You have to focus small and let the big things fall into place," he said. "Right now, focusing small is making sure we're doing everything we need to do in situational football and that I make sure the guys are in the right plays and the guys know what they're supposed to do."