Washington Redskins: Solving the Quarterback Problem in DC

February 23, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Listen, being an NFL general manager is not an easy job.  If it were, you wouldn't see as many draft and free agent busts in the NFL. 
It's tough, and one only becomes the best by putting in the office hours and doing as much scouting as they can.
With that said, I think I may have solved the Redskins' quarterback problem.
As of right now a lot of experts, writers, scouts and unnamed GMs are saying that they really don't think any of the top quarterback prospects in this years draft are going to be impact starters immediately. 
That's not saying they won't be down the line, but since the Redskins don't have a true starting QB (base on the theory that Donovan McNabb won't be wearing burgundy and gold next season), drafting someone to be the backup with the 10th overall pick would be foolish.
Especially when you consider the inconsistency of Rex Grossman; Mike Shanahan might have to sit him down for a game or two and put in a not-so-ready rookie.
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