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Terence Austin 7 8.64%
John Beck 31 38.27%
Malcolm Kelly 14 17.28%
Kieland Williams 6 7.41%
Other 23 28.40%
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Old 07-24-2011, 11:29 AM   #16
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Old 07-24-2011, 11:50 AM   #17
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I think Beck has a good chance in this system with Kyle as his OC. If he proves himself to be a starter, that would be considered a breakout year for him. I've always thought Kelly could be a huge factor if he could stay healthy and was used correctly. I just haven't seen that happen yet. Hopefully it will this year but I'm voting for Beck.
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Old 07-24-2011, 12:22 PM   #18
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Evan Royster or Leonard Hankerson.

I'm telling you all this Hankerson could be the next Ochiocinco/Houshmanzadeh Receiver; lower pick higher production big physical and deceptively fast receiver with great hands.
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Old 07-24-2011, 12:28 PM   #19
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Evan Royster or Leonard Hankerson.

I'm telling you all this Hankerson could be the next Ochiocinco/Houshmanzadeh Receiver; lower pick higher production big physical and deceptively fast receiver with great hands.
I think everybody is highly optimistic of Hankerson. The poll is about non-rookies though.
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Didn't AA already have his breakout last year? Unless he goes for 1500 yards and 10 TDs I think he's already arrived.

I'll go with John "serious as hell" Beck.
He had a great year for a #2 but I am of the of the opinion that he can do much much better.

I don't get why everyone thinks highly of Beck. I don't believe he is going to get that much paying time let alone have a good season.
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Old 07-24-2011, 12:45 PM   #21
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I think Trent Williams will break out to be even better next year.
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Old 07-24-2011, 01:04 PM   #22
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Why can't it be a rookie? Because I'd put my money on Roy Helu Jr., he's the perfect kind of back for Shanny's system, and I think he'll split carries with Torain, with maybe Torain being used heavily in late game run down the clock situations.

But since this poll won't allow rookies, I'll say Beck. Unless he's one of those guys who is a leader but doesn't have the talent to back it up, he'll definitely show he's better than that horrible time he spent starting for Miami back in the day.
I didn't count rookies because that's for another poll later this summer, but more importantly because I'm looking for that player who has NFL experience but has had kind of a pedestrian career, but then suddenly explodes. Kind of what happened to AA last year

And I'll go with Terence Austin, who I didn't entirely agree with drafting but from what I saw of him think he can be a complete WR
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Keiland Williams. I think there's a 40-60 chance against that he's the lead back this year. And if he's the lead back, I expect 1,100 yards and 7 TDs. That would qualify as a breakout for a second year back.
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Should be a Internet law against using "breakout", Redskins, and offense in the same sentence.....lol

My vote is Kelly.
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John Beck (or whomever Mike/Kyle pick to be undercenter)

Kyle runs a pass happy offense that's seem fairly QB friendly.

Kyle had a top 10 passing offense on a team with:
o poor pass protection
o limited WRs weapons
o an inconsistent/inaccurate QB that barely knew the offense and wasn't running it right(McNabb)
o a journeyman QB with limited physical talent (Grossman) can put up big

If QBs in Kyle's system can good numbers under last years conditions then this year with better pass protection and a deeper WR corps an accurate QB that executes the offense as designed should be able to put up some decent numbers.


Exactly why I think Beck comes in and plays very well.. I'm even on the verge of saying something like 24 Td's if he plays all 16.
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Keiland Williams. I think there's a 40-60 chance against that he's the lead back this year. And if he's the lead back, I expect 1,100 yards and 7 TDs. That would qualify as a breakout for a second year back.
40-60%? How'd you come up with that?

On a side note, it speaks volumes about the state of the Redskins offensively if we're considering 1100 yards and 7TDs "breakout."

When Torain was healthy he was our best weapon out of the backfield. Averaging 4.5 yards a carry. I don't see Williams passing him for any reason.

I'm excited to see what Helu can bring to the table.
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"with maybe Torain being used heavily in late game run down the clock situations."



So, he'll be used in one or two games this year????? lol.......

All joking aside, I am hoping its malcolm kelly having the breadkout year, just because of the high draft pick we used.............

but as a realist, I think that Jammal Brown is going to return to form this year, especially with an entire offseason to completely heal, and we will have bookend tackles for at least 5 years to come.........
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Didn't AA already have his breakout last year? Unless he goes for 1500 yards and 10 TDs I think he's already arrived.

I'll go with John "serious as hell" Beck.
Well, he went from a warm body on the practice squad to a middle of the road NFL receiver. 44 catches. I suppose relatively speaking that's breaking out. He's proven he's worthy of a roster spot for sure. I do agree with what Saden that he's got the tools to do more.

I'm sticking with my Trent Williams pick.
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40-60%? How'd you come up with that?

On a side note, it speaks volumes about the state of the Redskins offensively if we're considering 1100 yards and 7TDs "breakout."

When Torain was healthy he was our best weapon out of the backfield. Averaging 4.5 yards a carry. I don't see Williams passing him for any reason.

I'm excited to see what Helu can bring to the table.
Well, I wanted to split between Williams and Helu as starting RB next year since I think they finish 1-2 in carries in some order, but wanted to leave the last 20% open for some combination of Torain/Royster/anyone out there on the FA market.
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