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  1. DC Lumber Co.

    Redskins receiving corp is beginning to shape up

    I also think Kirk played a large factor with Doctson as well. After the conclusion of the Kirk saga, it was especially evident last season that Kirk was playing for stats more than anything. Young receiving options didn’t get many chances with balls and he went to guys he was most comfortable with most of the time. With a QB under center on a long term contract, and one who has played in the league longer with several different receiving cores, I think it will help Doctsons development immensely in a critical year for him.
  2. DC Lumber Co.

    2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Here is an updated list of our draft visits/meetings for any that haven't seen it yet. So happy to see Foley Fatukasi and Rashaad Penny on the list, my favorite non-first round prospects at their respective positions. Quin Blanding, S, Virginia (SR) Bryce Bobo, WR, Colorado (EW) Tony Brown, CB, Alabama (PRO) Tyler Conklin, TE, Central Michigan (SR) Tyrell Crosby, OT, Oregon (SR%) Leighton Vander Esch, ILB, Boise State (PRI) Rashard Fant, CB, Indiana (WOR) Folorunso Fatukasi, DT/3-4DE, Connecticut (EW) Riley Ferguson, QB, Memphis (COM) Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa (PRI) Derrius Guice^, RB, LSU (PRO, WOR) Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia (PRI) Connor Hilland, G, William & Mary (EW) Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State (COM) Ronald Jones II^, RB, USC (COM, PRI) Nick Keizer, TE, Grand Valley State (PRO) Kameron Kelly, CB, San Diego State (SR) Mike Love, DE/3-4OLB, South Florida (PRO) Cole Madison^, OT, Washington State (SR%, PRI) Jordan Martin, S, Syracuse (EW) Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma (COM) D.J. Moore, WR, Maryland (COM) Dorian O'Daniel, ILB, Clemson (PRO) Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan (PRI) Da'Ron Payne, DT/NT, Alabama (PRI) Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego State (SR) Billy Price^, G/C, Ohio State (COM, PRI) Malik Reaves, CB, Villanova (EW) Braden Smith, G, Auburn (PRI) Kentavius Street, DE, N.C. State (EW) Josh Sweat, DE/3-4OLB, Florida State (PRI) Matthew Thomas, ILB, Florida State (EW) Robert Torgerson, DT, Southern Utah (PRO) Vita Vea, DT/3-4DE/NT, Washington (PRI) Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa (SR%) Cedric Wilson, WR, Boise State (SR) Deon Yelder, WR, Western Kentucky (PRO) Definitely some fan-favorite 1st round guys on there like Vea and Payne, and some other interesting names like Sweat, Guice, DJ Moore, Vander-Esch, Billy Price, and the two TEs Conklin and Keizer. I like where our focus seems to be and the only name I dislike is Baker Mayfield. Read more: http://walterfootball.com/prospectMeetings/byteam#ixzz5C6VRocFn
  3. I'd be curious if you both prefer chrome accents on vehicles over matte gray and black accents. For instance, my father is a chrome guy and it may be a generational thing. A combo of matte and gloss could also look nice as well. As much as I hate the Seahawks I think they did a great job on their recent uniform refresh with the gloss carbon fiber stripe down the center of the matte helmet. Come to think of it, since NFL teams are limited as to what they can do with the helmets having to be the same color (which makes zero sense, btw), I think a play on the feather stripe down the center of the helmet from back in the day could be a cool alternate look. Much better than the atrocious clash we have to go with on our current throwback unis. Maybe something like the current helmet color with updated center feather stripe logo (with the gray facemask swap we currently do when we wear our throwbacks) with a black and burgundy jersey on white pants similar to the Florida State blackout alternates. I'd love to see that for 2 games a year or something.
  4. DC Lumber Co.

    2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    Regardless of our plan of attack early in the draft for D-Line help, I'd like to see us draft Foley Fatukasi out of UConn in rounds 4-6. Kid has Tomsulas pet project written all over him. He is 6ft 4" 315lbs with his main knock being lapses in technique and simply being raw. He played Nose and 3-tech at UConn and would fit perfectly in our scheme as an End in base with the ability to slide inside to DT in sub. He's a pocket destroyer and just needs to put it all together. Im pretty confident the kid is going to be a great pro just like I was with Deatrich Wise last year who went to the patriots in the 4th. He's the exact type of player you should try and draft every year to keep feeding the DL rotation in hopes of building something epic. Allen, Ioannidis, Lanier, and Fatukasi would make for a great young group.
  5. I think something subtle like the vikings did recently would be well received by both younger and old school fans alike. Going from gloss to matte on the helmet and maybe just making the logo bigger on the helmet would go a long way for a refresh while pretty much remaining unchanged at the same time. Throw in a spearhead alternate for a few games and we'd be set.
  6. DC Lumber Co.

    2018 Comprehensive NFL Draft Thread

    I'm onboard with drafting Vea at 13, and if he's gone... Trade down. Simply because the back end of the first round to third round is full of players at positions of need that should be close to BPA as well. The DL, RB, and OG positions should all have very high level talent available when we pick through the first 3 rounds.
  7. Norman, Swearinger and other recent FAs have been quoted as saying they believe in what is being built here when they came to visit. I really do think we have a strong culture now, especially defensively. I think McPhee and others get excited about the potential of the team when envisioning playing alongside these guys.
  8. For a guy coming off two achilles, yes he had a slow start to the season. However he finished the year as one of our more productive pass rushers, hence being the number 1 rated PFF free agent pass rusher. And I think the reason you didn't see him bullrushing LTs into the quarterback is due to him being a different style pass rusher. He was a speed rusher not a power guy like RK. But yeah I guess he was a bum?
  9. Im sure it's not far off from the league average and Im of the opinion finding high quality starters should be weighted much higher than depth FA signings. Especially when we didn't overpay for them. Norman, Swearinger, Zach Brown, and Vernon Davis were home runs. And to a lesser extent guys like Dunbar, Nsekhe, Mason Foster, Colt McCoy are essential to "hit" on as key reserves/role players/glue guys. And if the FAs we missed on weren't overpaid and didn't leave a bunch of dead money on the books when cut, I'd say we're winning overall in that department.
  10. Because you make an exception for the most important position in football. Losing a player like Fuller stings but unfortunately that's the cost of doing business when it comes to acquiring a top tier QB. Luckily we are very good at scouting and developing DB talent and may already have his replacement on the roster in Moreau. And Alex Smith absolutely fits the team building philosophy we've stuck to the past few years. We refused to over-pay for a QB that was trying to hold us hostage and chose to think of the overall team first and foremost, which allowed us to sign complimentary pieces like Paul Richardson, Zach Brown, McPhee and potentially Hankins that would have been impossible otherwise. He's still playing at the highest level and allows us to be competitive and continue to build through the draft with us ideally drafting a developmental QB in the next couple years to groom under him.
  11. Jeez man. It's not like he was a habitiual offender. And you have no idea if he's demanding anything crazy or trying to fleece someone. And he clearly has interest from other teams. Little harsh, no?
  12. We've actually had a good hit rate on our free agents, not sure what you're getting at...scandrick is essentially insurance if youth development doesn't go as planned (Moreau, Holsey) and McPhee is arguably as good if not better than Junior (who he is replacing). Going with an equally talented player that is more versatile makes complete sense there. As I've said before, statistically free agents typically underperform or completely bust with their new teams more often than not. Swearinger, Norman, Zach Brown and others more than make up for those that I assume you are referring to as "dumpster" FAs (McClain, McGee, Pryor). And what's great is our misses aren't biting us in the rear in the form of dead cap either.
  13. That's one way to view it. On the contrary targeting players in the draft with an injury allows you to get tremendous value. IE: Allen, Moreau, Fuller. And with free agents busting more often than not statistically, I don't mind the approach in FA either. They are Low risk/high reward signings that don't put the teams salary cap situation in jeopardy moving forward. I'd much rather be able to use our big contracts on extending in-house talent. The alternative is overpaying for a guy who is historically likely to underperform but pleases the fanbase because it allows to view a roster weakness as "fixed" going into the season. As far as the injuries go, I think it's all a crapshoot. Teams lose drafted players for the season with no prior injury history during training camp all the time.
  14. Man it sure is nice that we no longer get free agents only by being the top (read: overpaying) bidding team. We extend fair offers and the player actually chooses the Redskins over other suitors. Speaks volumes about how far we've come. While we still may be looked down upon by other teams, the media, and a large portion our own fanbase... it's clear the players view of the Redskins is a little brighter. We understand the risk in the player picking to go elsewhere, but we stay true to our team building philosophy of homegrown drafted players being the main focus, coupled with free agents sprinkled in that we refuse to overpay for. I think that the confidence in allowing players to leave the building after a visit instead of coming off desperate may lead to players actually respecting us a little more. At least the ones who are interested in more than just money. Also shows that the player truly wants to be here which is a good first impression to the locker room as far as welcoming him with open arms (as opposed to players resenting the arrival of an overpaid FA)
  15. People still act like pot is a big deal? There is 450 grams in a pound dude, id say he's far from a drug trafficker. And it's the off-season, if he wants to smoke some pot who cares... If you think he's the only player who likes pot and enjoys it in many different forms (edibles, hash oil, flower, etc) then you've lost your mind. And he isn't the only millionaire athlete flying internationally with it either before you call him stupid for doing so. Again, it's the off-season man... If the Pats are ignorant enough to cut ties with him over something so silly I'd absolutely bring him in for a visit. And it would be more than "kicking tires" because Harmon is a good player. People are so quick to write people off in today's society it makes me sick. Hyper sensitive, social media court of public opinion bs.