Washington Redskins: The Win in Jacksonville Means Losing a QB in The Draft

December 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Washington Redskins moved from having a top-five draft pick to falling out of the top ten and may have possibly missed out on drafting a top college quarterback.
Some fans and sports writers are treating that as bad news.
Not me, though. I'm downright jovial.
Sure, quarterback is a need for the Redskins now that it appears the Donovan McNabb era has come to an end, but the Redskins have greater needs on the offensive and defensive lines.
Shoot, I'd rather see the team draft a linebacker or safety before they took a quarterback.
There are some people who are working up theories on how the Skins can move up into a position to draft a quarterback in the draft.
That's the wrong line of thinking, though. The Redskins need more draft picks to help fill their holes, not less in order to draft a quarterback that may or may not be any good.
Granted, I'm not overjoyed with the knowledge that Rex Grossman is probab...

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