Pierre Garçon made clear the Washington Redskins goal this season is to win the Super Bowl. Anything less would simply not be good enough.
The wide receiver has high hopes for the team’s encore to its first division title in more than a decade. And seeing as though he also feels Robert Griffin III the Redskins offense have the potential to be the “best ever,” a Lombardi Trophy probably doesn’t seem like such a stretch to the 26-year-old.
Garçon said the following Saturday at the team’s third day of training camp:
“Our goal is to win the Super Bowl. We line up every day to play towards that. It’s what we come to work for, so if we don’t win the Super Bowl, it’s kind of like a failure. It’s what we work towards. If we don’t win the Super Bowl it’s not good enough obviously.
“We have a lot of great players, a lot of great guys on the team, but our number one goal is to win the Super Bowl, and that’s all we really play for. Anything else is coming up short.”