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Old 11-24-2014, 11:22 AM   #16
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So you guys want to continue with the same plan that has failed us for what, 2 decades?

Drafting a QB is not the solution to our woes.

Building Offensive and Defensive lines are the only option.
Damn right! This is a good year for OL. Pick the best first round OT available. Don't over-think it. No BPA. Just do it!

BTW, I'd like to say just one thing about a thread on drafting a QB: Yuck!

Actually, make that two things: B-o-o-o-o-o!
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Old 11-24-2014, 11:25 AM   #17
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The best data I have seen for draft success is to accrue picks. If we have someone willing to trade up in the first round and we can get their first and second for it you have to do it.
I'm all for that! But too much trading down is a trap. Shanny proved that by picking up a bunch of late round picks that weren't worth spit.
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Old 11-24-2014, 11:27 AM   #18
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^ looking at the draft history I wouldn't consider the FO of the Skins to be QB draft happy. I think we have been rather poor in drafting overall. Of the 42 picks we have had since 2010 (5 years) 8 or roughly 20% have been o-line picks.
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Old 11-24-2014, 11:34 AM   #19
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RGIII is with us next year - just my guess - unless he simply sucks it up terribly in the next 5 games. If he shows any improvement, JG and RGIII become one during the offseason. Colt gets resigned, KC - have a nice day. If RGIII does not show significant steps in the first 6 games next year. Colt goes in as starter and we draft a QB 2016.

Who knows at this point? It's all just dust in the f'ing wind with this franchise.
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Old 11-24-2014, 12:06 PM   #20
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Concerning the ability of our FO to find talent, I don't look any further back than the last draft and FA period. Before then, it was Shanny and you-know-who.

I think that Bruce Allen and his staff did a good job in the draft and FA. We added six starters, none of whom is likely to be replaced: Trent Murphy and Bashaud Breeland via the draft and DJax, Jason Hatcher, Shawn Lavau, and Tres Way.

Morgan Moses and Spencer Long were developmental picks who could turn out well, Ryan Grant was a pleasant surprise who just needs to gain a little size and strength to become a valuable weapon, and we picked up a backup RB as a UDFA in Silas Redd.

That's pretty darn good, IMO. What if we were to pick up 10 more good players next season with 6 of them becoming starters? Shouldn't we be even better?
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Old 11-24-2014, 12:41 PM   #21
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After watching RGIII and Kaep imitate QB's yesterday, I will pass on Marcus and ever other Running QB...
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Old 11-24-2014, 02:20 PM   #22
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I'm all for that! But too much trading down is a trap. Shanny proved that by picking up a bunch of late round picks that weren't worth spit.
No doubt. Success rate drops dramatically. Accrue late rounders by dumping underperforming (for the system) high salary guys that other teams still covet. Ravens do this, so do the Pats.
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Any vet FA QBs on the radar? Agree about drafting the trenches.
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Any vet FA QBs on the radar? Agree about drafting the trenches.
I heard Brett Frave want's to come back!
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The best data I have seen for draft success is to accrue picks. If we have someone willing to trade up in the first round and we can get their first and second for it you have to do it.
No you don't if clear and obvious talent is available in your draft slot. Shanny traded #10 overall in 2011 to accumulate picks that I believe turned into Kerrigan at #16 overall, Hankerson in round 3, and Helu in round 4, but in the process, passed on the chance to select J.J. Watt or Robert Quinn. Regardless of who plays QB here next year, I hope that the FO puts special emphasis on upgrading the O-line. Williams and Lichtensteiger are the only legit starters on our O-line now.
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Old 11-24-2014, 11:57 PM   #26
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That offensive line needs to be addressed......center and both guards.....it probably won't take Spencer Long long to develop......but they should either play McCoy and draft a quarterback in 2016.
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Old 11-25-2014, 09:56 AM   #27
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No doubt it sucks to have to think about having to draft a QB, the last one isnt even paid for yet.
But I dont think the Redskins can afford to ignore the possibility of drafting one next year.
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Old 11-25-2014, 10:02 AM   #28
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Any vet FA QBs on the radar? Agree about drafting the trenches.
Tennessee could move on from Jake Locker...id give him a look
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If Winston didn't have character issues, it would be a no brainer. But since he does, and we have so many other needs, I say we have to pass. I don't think he raped anyone, but he's also kind of a knucklehead. How's he going to act when he gets money in his pocket? But his talent unquestioned, and it will be tough to pass on him, but I think we have to. I'm coming back with all three guys we have on the roster, improve the line and let them compete for the job.
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Old 11-25-2014, 10:15 AM   #30
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Tennessee could move on from Jake Locker...id give him a look
He's terrible and can't stay healthy. No way.
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