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What could possibly go wrong with adding to former coordinators to a staff when they tried and failed to replace the current coordinater?

 

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23 minutes ago, backwardsk said:

What could possibly go wrong with adding to former coordinators to a staff when they tried and failed to replace the current coordinater?

 

not a thing. :)

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Things I'd like for the Redskins do this offseason:

Bring back Josh Johnson, Adrian Peterson, and Jonathan Cooper (LG).

Let Preston Smith and Crowder walk.

Cut/trade: Vernon Davis, Josh Norman, and Stacy McGee.

Draft Pollite (EDGE Florida) if he's available at 15.  If not, trade back if possible and land one of the wide receivers.

Draft Tyree Jackson or Brett Rypien in the third or fourth.  (I know they don't have a 4th currently, but it's not too difficult to trade for one by either moving back or up).

They need to do something about safety.  That's why I lean to bringing him back or addressing it in FA.  I believe Tennessee will have to let go of one of theirs.

I don't hate the idea of Lock at 15, but I wouldn't move up for a QB.

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45 minutes ago, Redskins Rick said:

Here's an earth shaking deal. RG3 doesnt like it, so it must be good. :)

 

https://www.si.com/nfl/2019/03/07/grading-washington-redskins-trade-for-qb-case-keenum

Maybe we can get Griffin to come back to be scout team safety.

I don't see how one can knock that trade.  They only had one QB on the current roster who can physically play.  And McCoy gets hurt all the time.  Now they have depth with Keenum for 3.5M.  They can still trade for Rosen or draft a QB.  But they don't have to get desperate.  They can also draft a project in the later rounds like Brett Rypien or Tyree Jackson and not play them in 2019.

This team makes a ton of bad moves.  This wasn't one of them.

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11 minutes ago, backwardsk said:

Maybe we can get Griffin to come back to be scout team safety.

I don't see how one can knock that trade.  They only had one QB on the current roster who can physically play.  And McCoy gets hurt all the time.  Now they have depth with Keenum for 3.5M.  They can still trade for Rosen or draft a QB.  But they don't have to get desperate.  They can also draft a project in the later rounds like Brett Rypien or Tyree Jackson and not play them in 2019.

This team makes a ton of bad moves.  This wasn't one of them.

RG3 is a clown, thats for sure.

I agree, not an earth shaking move, but depth for sure.

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That’s definitely what the fans wanted

 

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http://www.espn.com/blog/washington-redskins/post/_/id/38223/washington-redskins-free-agent-signings-landon-collins-fills-safety-leadership-needs

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What's the risk: It's a huge investment at safety, with $45 million in guaranteed money. But an average of $14 million per year is a lot if Collins can only excel in the box and does not cover well -- as was stated about his time in New York. The Redskins need to pay someone big money and have that player be great. Too often they pay huge money for good play or worse.

Risky deal, could pay off, very well, or will be a bust, no middle of the road here. IMO

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I am looking forward to seeing what the Skins do in the draft this weekend.  I am hoping they find a trade partner later in the first round and trade back.  Add a late second early third round pick, should be a lot of talent on the board through the third round in positions of need.  I would love to see them walk away with a starting WR, OL and OLB.  Also would be okay seeing a trade of a 2 or 3 for Rosen.  Should be a fun night /weekend!

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8 hours ago, backwardsk said:

Hated the Haskins pick.  Wanted Burns.  But really liked them moving back in to get Sweat in the first.  

I dont follow college ball, so I have no clue what this guy is about.

WUSA9 ran an in depth look at the guy, filmed mostly before he was picked. He seams to be a well grounded individual. Committed to giving back to the community, even ran his own football camp last month.

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10 hours ago, backwardsk said:

Hated the Haskins pick.  Wanted Burns.  But really liked them moving back in to get Sweat in the first.  

I would have hated the pick if they traded up to get him, I am okay with them taking him at 15.  He may or may not be a franchise QB but I think at 15 it is worth the risk.  Loved moving back into the first and getting Sweat, that guy should really solidify the front 7 and improves the whole defense.  I hope we go all in on WR and Oline with the next few picks.

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