By Brady Henderson
"SportsCenter" anchor Bram Weinstein joined "Brock and Salk" on Thursday for a discussion on the Seahawks-Redskins wildcard playoff matchup. The conversation eventually turned into a debate about which quarterback – Seattle's Russell Wilson or Washington's Robert Griffin III – is most deserving of the the NFL's offensive rookie of the year award.
Weinstein, a Redskins season-ticket holder, adamantly made the case for Griffin III, even saying he would be in consideration for the MVP award if it weren't for Adrian Peterson.
Weinstein feels Griffin III has done as much if not more than Wilson despite less-talented players around him, particularly on defense.
You can listen to the spirited conversation here.
Brock Huard and Mike Salk take that discussion further in the video below, including Colts quarterback Andrew Luck in the debate.
You can listen to Thursday's podcast here.