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  1. SkinsFootball

    Welcome to the Redskins Chase Young DE Ohio State

    Sweat wasent a monster his rookie year but he wasent bad either. Typically we as a fan base are more patient with rookies. For whatever reason Sweat doesn't get the typical rookie season and room to grow chatter. He has the measureables and perhaps the Del Rio effect will have just as much impact on him as the rest of the defense.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Haskins has clearly put the work in regarding his body and conditioning. What is interesting is he has openly embraced crictism via Twitter, reports, gossip etc. Perhaps this fuels him to prove the doubters wrong. As fans we worry that our starting quarterback can be swayed by outside opinion as he feels the need to comment on every critique. Times are different now with athletes and the social platform. I wish he wouldn't acknowledge everything but at the same time I'm glad he hears the noise. If his new body and workout regimen is a result then so be it. I can only assume he has also heard the negative feedback about film study and mastering the playbook. Let's see his progression on that front.
  3. I actually wish TW the best. He was an excellent player for us when available. To be as good as he is and to play for a mess of an organization for such a long time must be demoralizing. The events over the past two years was the tipping point. Both sides could have handled things better. When you are on the wrong end of **** for a lengthy period it's tough. Especially when you perform at a high level. Also I would like to see one of ours actually have success else where. Generally our players are not good enough to get signed and are not valued with other teams. Be cool to have a success story from a player we drafted play well for another team. Except when he plays us. Give em hell Chase and company!
  4. If we were looking to be contenders this year and had less questions on our roster I would agree. For now I'm content to let it play out and reevaluate what we have after seeing this current roster play with the new scheme and coaching staff. This year I'm looking for team progress and individual development from our young roster. 8-8. Anything more is gravy.
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    Welcome to the Redskins Khaleke Hudson, OLB Michigan

    Watching his playing style I'm very much interested in how he fits at WILL. Then on sub packages move Collins down and have them both man the middle with three 'safeties' behind. Could lead to exciting coverage and blitz packages.
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    Welcome to the Redskins Kamren Curl, S Arkansas

    I like this thread and what I've seen from Curl. I'm interested on his value as a safety or corner. Given JDR's style could he play corner and big that physical approach to the position or is he a developing safety?
  7. SkinsFootball

    Redskins to sign Adrian Peterson per NFL.com

    He has one cut ability and innate vision. I think he will thrive. Probably best utilized in short yardage and goal line situations. I can also see him being our closer to protect the lead and milk the clock.
  8. Those are names of players at our skill positions. I define weapon as somebody who has to be game planned for. Peterson, Guice, Gibson, Love, McLaurin, Gandy-Golden, S.Sims I could slice that down more given age and health concerns.
  9. SkinsFootball

    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Distribution to his playmakers was how he was successful his final year at Ohio State. Remember he was knocked because of all the talent that team had and he was "only getting the ball to playmakers". The Turner scheme is exciting with all the motions and shifts involved. This should provide more clearly defined reads and the ability to confuse the defense. With our speed that could be a big play waiting to happen. Given CM's role in the offense in Carolina and the team's fondness of Gibson I think our screen game will be a heavy part of the offense. RB and WR screens.
  10. I don't. AGG is an immediate Red Zone target. Harmon thus far is not.
  11. SkinsFootball

    Welcome to the Redskins Saahdiq Charles, OT LSU

    If anything he is not handicapped by athleticism. Give me an athletic that is capable that needs technique refinement and coaching over a polished technician that will never be capable.
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    Welcome to the Redskins Antonio Gibson, RB/WR Memphis

    What is the issue? AP is a dog and his leadership is valued but he isn't the long term answer and neither is Barber.
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    Welcome to the NFL Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

    Haskins will be just fine. Outside of a clear number one TE; we have weapons. Tmac as #1. Gibson and Simms for underneath relief and easy yards. AGG and Harmon for safety and possession. Finally a running back stable for balance. We could sure up the line but that will always be the case. Probably most importantly a defense to keep games close in addition to providing extra possessions and allow us to stay within our offense and minimize risky unwarranted behavior. If he fails... Allen can guide the ship until we find another premier passer.
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    4-3 Starting Lineup

    Not concerned. We have the cap space. Although I would like to apply those resources for a splash at linebacker or corner.