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  1. I agree with Paulson. They should have already moved Trent. Shoot, if we can just get back into the second round, it’s worth it. A 2nd rounder and a player, or a 2nd and a 4th? Yes please.
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    Greg Manusky Why Isn't He Fired Yet?

    I think we are most likely to promote our OC if we fire Gruden.
  3. I mostly agree with all of this. The key to everything is obviously Haskins. If Haskins can become a top 10 QB, this is an entirely different team. I do like that you mentioned love. I think he could possibly be a real difference maker in the future of this team for the next 5 years. If we had just one of those guys at WR...
  4. I was big on getting Clowney before the draft, but I honestly don't see the point now. I would expect Montez Sweat to become every ounce of the player that Clowney has been. Clowney IS 5 years younger than Kerrigan, but I can see Kerrigan having more productive years than Clowney. Kerrigan is always healthy, never misses games, and doesn't have a speed based game. Clowney is always injured to some degree and has bad knees. Not good. Now, Mike Evans, I could get behind. Tyreek Hill, if he wasn't such a POS, would make sense. Heck, I'd be perfectly happy with a late 1st.
  5. I missed the game. Hard to find any Holcomb highlights online. Also, Nobody should be surprised for a SDH injury. I love the guy and think he could be really good, if he stays healthy. There is no reason to think he will. I think he is more fragile than Chris Thompson and Jordan Reed.
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    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I loved Devin Bush for us. He would have looked so good behind our DL and pass rushers. OT, WR1, CB, and possibly LB still look like big needs for us next year. For the long term health of the team, I almost hope we move Trent, but if we do that, I think we almost have to select a tackle, unless Geron Christian suddenly turns a corner.
  7. SIP, thanks for all of the posts. The thread doesn't seem that active in terms of posts, but I'm sure everyone is enjoying your contributions as much as I am. Have you been able to see much of Montez Sweat?
  8. Daniel Jones has never been good. He was a zero star recruit that wasn’t even initially offered a scholarship at Duke. At Duke, he wasn’t good. Never averaged 7.0 YPA and never had 3000 yards. Now he’s suddenly going to be good at the highest level? Nope.
  9. Anselmheifer

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    If Jeudy isn’t a possibility, I’d be fine with a LT or a RT. Lots of teams find great receivers in the late rounds of the draft. Harder to do that with OT’s. Look at the quickness and short area lateral agility/explosion Jeudy shows in that clip above. He’s like the Saquon Barkley of quickness and route running. A generational talent. IMHO, Jeudy’s quickness isn’t defensible. He should catch 100 balls a year. I think he’s worth a Julio Jones sized trade up.
  10. Thats an awful plan. It’s exactly how the Giants wound up drafting Flowers with the 10th pick in the draft. They were determined to take a tackle. I’m super happy that we have Sweat, and not whoever the best tackle was when we drafted Sweat. I think that might actually have been Tytus Howard, the player who Sweat planted on his ass at the Senior Bowl.
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    Welcome to the Redskins Jimmy Moreland CB James Madison

    Good observation about Sims, and you are right. Im sure we will see more of him on the inside in training camp.
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    Welcome to the Redskins Jimmy Moreland CB James Madison

    Im not sure that part matters a lot, other than being an advantage if our other CB’s are hurt. Dunbar, Norman and Moreau are all better outside. If Moreland is good in both spots, he still needs to play inside.
  13. I think McLaurin winds up being one of our top 3 receivers this year. The coaching staff is effusive in their praise of him and he really is a coaches dream. He’s always going to be in the right place at the right time. He’s going to run the correct route. He’s going to block. He has speed. I don’t love Paul Richardson, but think how much more speed our offense has on the outside if we start Richardson and McLaurin.
  14. I would think Ryan Kerrigan. He essentially plays LDE in a 4-2-5 seventy percent of the time. He has an incredible work ethic and always shows up.