Robert Griffin III, the Heisman Trophy winning quarterback, who was the Washington Redskins first pick in this year's NFL draft, made a sign of the cross and pointed toward heaven as he lay on the turf in the Superdome on Sunday after throwing his first NFL touchdown pass.
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The play went for 88 yards with receiver Pierre Garcon catching the ball and running it into the end zone. The completion was the second-longest touchdown-scoring pass play by a quarterback playing in his first NFL game.
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