Washington Redskins 2008 Draft Class Unfairly Labled a Bust

September 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Anyone who knows me knows that I was (to put it nicely) not a fan of Vinny Cerrato.
In the 2008 NFL Draft when the Washington Redskins had glaring holes on the offensive line, Cerrato used the Redskins' first three picks on pass-catcher, as well as drafting a punter (seriously who does that?).
Despite all of that I'm not as quick as others to label this class a bust just yet.  That isn't to say it won't be a bust of a draft, but I think with them only starting their third season to label them as such would be unfair.
First off here at the picks made by the guru Cerrato:
Devin Thomas (2nd)
Malcolm Kelly (2nd)
Fred Davis (3rd)
Chad Rinehart (3rd)
Justin Tryon (4th)
Kareem Moore (6th)
Durant Brooks (6th)
Colt Brennan (6th)
Rob Jackson (7th)
Chris Horton (7th)
Two of those players (Brennan and Brooks) are already gone and only Kelly ( Injured Reserves), Davis, Thomas, and Moore are assured to make the team.

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