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Grading the Redskins’ 2015 draft

May 3, 2015, 8:25 AM EDT


Since we don’t know how the careers of the players picked by the Redskins yesterday will turn out we have to dig in a little more to come up with a grade for Scot McCloughan’s first draft with the team. Here’s my assessment, feel free to leave yours in the comments.


McCloughan’s quest to increase his stockpile of draft picks from seven to at least 10 did not get off to a good start during the first round. They were on the clock with Leonard Williams, thought by some to be the best player in the draft, on the board. It seemed like they would have been able to move back a few spots, pick up a mid-round pick, and still get Brandon Scherff, the top player on their board. At the very least they could have waited for the clock to run down closer to 0:00 to exhaust all possibilities rather than turning in the card with about three minutes left on the clock.

Since they ended up keeping the fifth overall pick, you can also debate the wisdom of spending that on a player who is going to play right tackle or guard. A team can generally find players who can do a good job filling those low-impact positions later in the draft.

I’ll ding the grade a little bit for value but we really don’t know at this point. If Scherff turns out to be a very good right tackle who holds the job for the next eight years or so or a Pro Bowl-caliber guard, the value for the pick will be there. If his career turns out to be something less and if Williams lights things up with the Jets, the pick may go down as a mistake.

McCloughan got the deal that he was looking for during the third round on Friday. He traded back with the Seahawks, going all the way from the 69th overall pick to the 95th. Seattle shipped picks they had in the fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds in exchange for moving up. The deal was close to even on the traditional Jimmy Johnson draft trade chart and a steal for the Redskins on the Football Perspective chart, which uses the Approximate Value of players selected in those draft slots to value the picks.

After making a solid deal, however, it looks like they reached with the pick they got from Seattle. Running back Matt Jones may well have been available later in the draft, perhaps much later. Perhaps they could have taken massive guard Daryl Williams of Oklahoma or 6-2 safety James Sample with that third-round pick and then they could have grabbed Jones later on Saturday.

McCloughan pulled off one more deal before it was over, sending fifth-round pick they got in the Seahawks trade to the Saints, who gave up their sixth rounders in this draft and in the 2016 draft. Assuming they didn’t lose anyone they really wanted to have between that fifth-round pick and their first pick in the sixth, this is a decent if not highly significant deal.


Most of the “needs” boxes were checked with the exception of a few. Although Jones can pass block and may have been underutilized as a pass catcher out of the backfield at Florida, he isn’t the model third-down back. They entered the draft without a succession plan at free safety behind Dashon Goldson, who turns 31 early in the season and they left it still lacking one. While we are waiting to see if Jordan Reed can stay healthy for a season, some tight end depth may have been helpful.

However, it is important to note that this was not a good draft at the safety and tight end positions. It’s better to bypass the position altogether than it is to take a player who isn’t a fit just to check off the box.

What was clear is that McCloughan went into the draft looking for a specific type of player—big and mean—and he found a bunch of them. In particular the top three picks, Scherff, edge defender Preston Smith, and Jones, are all large and they play with an edge.

The draft picks weren’t all behemoths. Notably they took 5-8 wide receiver Jamison Crowder and 5-10 safety Kysheon Jarrett. But those two players were taken with special teams in mind. Crowder is likely to return punts Week 1 and could bring back kickoffs as well and Jarrett will be expected to jump right in on coverage teams. The two could contribute little from scrimmage and still be very valuable additions.

Given the struggles that the Washington special teams have had over the last couple of years, the attention paid to them represented a solid positive.


This was a very professional draft by McCloughan, who did what he was hired to do. They went in with a solid plan and, for the most part, they executed it.

The keys to this draft in the long run are Scherff, as noted above, Smith, and the later-round picks. They will be relying on Smith to do a lot of different things on defense. If he does them well, he could be a steal, the edge player that many expected them to take at the top of the draft. If he struggles, the pass rush will likely continue to be mediocre and a secondary that is still shaky will be exposed.

And as with any draft, it’s important to get contributions from the later rounds. If Jarrett and Evan Spencer become special teams aces, if Arie Kouandjio can be a solid backup and spot starter, and if someone picked on Saturday emerges as a solid starter, the draft could be a solid success.

One other factor that could make this draft better is subsequent drafts. Assuming that McCloughan is around for many more drafts to come, the Redskins will stick to the same draft principles. McCloughan has his philosophy that it’s a big man’s game and while smaller players won’t be excluded completely, the move to get bigger, tougher, and meaner won’t be tossed aside for the next draft. The quest for big guys won’t be a short-term fad; they won’t be looking for fast, athletic types in a year or two. Consistency is a key to building a team; the Redskins are likely to have that now, for a change.

  1. ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© - May 3, 2015 at 8:32 AM

    I think it was early to pick Jones. Some teams didn’t even have him on their board since he’s had two knee surgeries. All water over the bridge now…

    • skinsgame - May 3, 2015 at 10:31 AM

      How do you know where he ranked on another teams draft board? That’s awesome. Most of us didn’t even have access to one teams draft board and you had access to most? Wow!

      • ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© - May 3, 2015 at 11:39 PM

        Speak for yourself, skinsgame.

  2. troylok - May 3, 2015 at 8:41 AM

    I don’t think it was a draft filled with glamor picks, but it was solid. Finally. Finally, we can maybe stop talking about the right tackle position being a position of weakness. I also like the fact that we got someone who could help change the mentality of that line as well. Attitude, they say, is everything.

    I think McGloughin got some depth and special teams players later in the draft, and that is pretty much what you expect. The fact that he was able to parlay a few picks to many helped spread his chances of finding that someone who could really help them out in the future. Now let’s see how the coaching staff does with them.

    Now, it will be interesting to see what UFA’s come to Washington. That a QB will come is probably a given. I should think we will also see a collection of linebackers and safeties.

    • ajbus1 - May 3, 2015 at 2:06 PM

      Good call. They signed Connor Halliday already.

  3. redskinscaio - May 3, 2015 at 8:51 AM


  4. donald truax - May 3, 2015 at 8:52 AM

    Great picks epically the olineman Go skins the sleeper is the wr from duke

  5. Jeff - May 3, 2015 at 9:00 AM

    I think I’m looking at it this way- this is year 1 of McCloughan running the draft. He likely won’t hit on all picks, but the fair evaluation will be a couple of years from now. So I guess it’s a B for now but I’m willing to have some patience with him running the show

  6. mr.moneylover - May 3, 2015 at 9:22 AM

    It dont stop here…scot m. Said its very important to hit big on picking up undrafted free agents to make the team even stronger…so expect scot m. Bring in more physical mean guys and a few athletic guys

  7. obxskins - May 3, 2015 at 9:30 AM

    The house is only as good as its foundation….well we are finally starting to build a stronger foundation! Seems when teams don.t make the headliners they do better….we aren’t in the headlines!! B+ grade on draft..interested on what guys get signed via free agency now!

  8. mr.moneylover - May 3, 2015 at 9:42 AM

    Our running back group is not a major problem…matt jones pick is kinda like a hit or miss pick if matt jones stay healthy you will be glad hit cause then it become a bonus for the redskins his running style is like marshawn lynch the only problem redskins had with matt jones was his vision on finding the whole when he run the ball then hell try to lower his helmet to move the pile but redskins coaches feel with them switching to a power run scheme will benefit matt jones alot

    • mr.moneylover - May 3, 2015 at 9:48 AM

      And the scouts do they background check if they feel matt jones knee was gonna be a problem they wouldn’t have drafted him that early the got enough info on him to feel confident that he can play and one team did wanted matt jones and said redskins got a special running back in matt jones

      • mr.moneylover - May 3, 2015 at 9:49 AM

        I think the other team was the packers who wanted matt jones

  9. Skulb - May 3, 2015 at 9:44 AM

    Wasn`t there some injury concerns with Williams? I was surprised when the Skins didn`t jump on him, if nothing else to trade down for more picks. If they thought they risked losing Scherff if they traded down that could maybe explain it. But I really like the Scherff pick, even at 5, and thought that made a whole lot of sense. I was more puzzled by the pick of a RB in the third considering how shaky the secondary was last season. But a lot of gaps filled and some interesting, and mean, guys nonetheless. B+ for now, although it might be better or worse than that depending on performances. Particularly Scherff`s.

    • ET - May 3, 2015 at 11:03 AM

      Leonard Williams had some shoulder issues. I believe. I was initially surprised that McC passed on Williams, but I do like the Scherff pick.

      Perhaps they should’ve targeted the secondary earlier—it depends on how the picks they took shake out. Jarrett in particular is intriguing, though. I’d love to know which, if any, true free safeties made the Skins’ board—that’s a position that seems ripe for an understudy but was not addressed.

    • Drew - May 4, 2015 at 1:42 AM

      i think we were nabbing scherff from the giants cuz the giants really wanted him. giants next pick was ereck flowers i think…an Olineman….so it was kinda like us playing defense against who one of our main opponents while getting a best player at that position and meeting a need while also sticking it to the giants….great pick

      • bangkokben - May 4, 2015 at 9:32 AM

        This isn’t Settlers of Cataan. So sticking it to the Giants, should be on the field. Where the Giants have a four game winning streak against us. Not us taking Scherff so the Giants don’t get him.

      • Skulb - May 4, 2015 at 5:17 PM

        That makes sense. You recruit for the division obviously, both what you think you need and what you would like the others not to have. If he was a Giants target then the pick value for the Skins goes up considerably.

  10. Penz - May 3, 2015 at 10:20 AM

    I’d been reading all week the the media were higher on williams than a lot of teams were. At the end of the day Scherff was projected as a top 10 pick and he went at 5, so at worse he was a slight reach. Even if he just turns into a solid starter it would still be an improvement on what the Skins have had the last ten years.

  11. timwillhidetimwillhide - May 3, 2015 at 10:28 AM

    This Draft was Ok. I think we missed out on some good Players Amos,Karlos Williams, Shaq Mason, Tony Lippett to name a few. I think they will be replacing some Scouts and next years Draft will be better. I think we really missed out on DBG. He could have bin that Tall Big #1 WR weve bin missing for years. I also would have used our last pick to get OT Collins a 1st round talent that is being Questioned by police. If he is innocent he could have bin the biggest steal ever for the price of a pick that may not even make the team.

    • timwillhidetimwillhide - May 3, 2015 at 10:31 AM

      Im gonna go C+ mainly because of the Oline picks. I may change my grade after I have time to check some of these players out more. Admittedly I don’t know a lot about them.

    • timwillhidetimwillhide - May 3, 2015 at 11:01 AM

      I also feel we are not done with the Oline. He will Cut Chester and sign a Veteran Olineman before the season starts. We will also pick up some UDFA Olinemen as well.

    • hail74 - May 3, 2015 at 11:08 AM

      I’m fine with passing on DBG. We’re not in a position to gamble on talented but troubled players let alone those who didn’t even play last year. Reports were 2 teams had lengthy conversations with their security teams and his agent and ultimately no one signed him. He said he wouldn’t sign if drafted late. Being an UDFA essentially means he can sign with any team he wants after being cleared.

      • timwillhidetimwillhide - May 3, 2015 at 11:22 AM

        DBG may not have played but the Talent is there. He did Practice with a team all year and its not like he was gonna get Shorter or Slower. As for Collins we would hold his rights so he would play for us or nobody plus he would make mor money as a Draft pick then as a UDFA. There are limits on what he can be paid as an UDFA. I’m not sure if he can sit for a year then sign for what he wants. But if we would have Drafted him we would have his rights and either he played or he would sit for a while and if he wanted to sign with another team they would have to trade for his rights. At worst we would be losing a 7th round pick at Best we would be getting a great Olineman or a high to mid round draft pick. Low Risk High Reward.

        • bangkokben - May 3, 2015 at 11:44 AM

          Low Risk if consider in three months this headline low risk:

          Redskins Draft Murder Suspect

        • timwillhidetimwillhide - May 3, 2015 at 12:23 PM

          The Police said he wasn’t a suspect and he was just wanted for Questioning. If asked by the Media I would say at the time he was Drafted he was not a suspect and it was a low risk move. he could always be released if he ended up being a Suspect….. End Of Story

        • hail74 - May 3, 2015 at 3:15 PM

          He can sit this year and enter draft next year. Which would you do, sign for league min or wait to be drafted in first or second round next year where you can get paid far more. Also, no team felt he was worth the risk so can’t really fault the skins for feeling the same

        • Rich Tandler - May 3, 2015 at 3:50 PM

          No, he can’t reenter the draft. If and when he is cleared he will have to pick a team and sign for the minimum with a small signing bonus. Only one draft per person.

  12. skinsgame - May 3, 2015 at 10:39 AM

    The correct grade of this draft is “I”. We will not know for 2 years whether or not this draft worked out well. One thing I noticed for certain is, Scot takes who he believes to BPA and the fact that the team didn’t take a safety tells me he doesn’t use “need” as a contributing factor. On the surface, I liked his picks and like the theme of going with bigger players. In a couple years, we’ll know for sure how he did. Hail!

    • timwillhidetimwillhide - May 3, 2015 at 10:57 AM

      He did take a Safety. The fact that he took one late shows he feels he took care of the position in Free Agency and liked the depth we had. Next years Draft is the more likely time to fill that spot.

      • Dave - May 3, 2015 at 3:17 PM

        Safety still needs upgrading. It was a weak draft for safeties, along with the other needs, made it impossible to full that hole this year. Thin market in free agency for safety as well. In all reality this is still a work in progress, it’ll take a two or three drafts to build a contender, but it looks like we’re on the right path.

      • skinsgame - May 3, 2015 at 4:21 PM

        I guess then he felt RB was the 3rd biggest need? Nah. He took that “safety” to be a special teamer.

      • captblood3000 - May 3, 2015 at 8:16 PM

        Nonsense, Timmy. Jarrett is an in the box strong safety with suspect coverage skills. He’ll have to make the team through special teams. At the time the Redskins took Jarrett, Gerod Holliman, Durrell Eskridge and Anthony Harris were all available. All played in the ACC so you could watch one game and compare them directly. The first two play free safety and Harris is a strong safety with free safety skills. I watched the 2014 UVA – Va Tech game and the two best safeties (Harris and Blanding) in that game played for UVA.

        I got the feeling that the Redskins were just mailing it in after the fifth round. For me, safety was the biggest head scratcher of those four picks. Yes we have a new GM, but it’s same old scouts until tomorrow.

        • timwillhidetimwillhide - May 3, 2015 at 9:47 PM

          I believe if you look at my Grade for the Draft you will notice I put C+ and mentioned that the scouts would be replaced and next years Draft would be better…

          We signed 2 starters and still had Thomas, Davis, Ihenacho, Robinson, and Cromati-Smith. So with starters and Depth it was not a huge need. Plus there will be a second period in free agency where players will be released and we may sign one then. Next year we will Draft a Safety high.

          But what do I know I thought it would be a good idea for them to Draft Shereff at #5 and they would Draft 3 Olinemen…….Oh wait they did maybe my opinions aren’t nonsense.

        • captblood3000 - May 3, 2015 at 10:26 PM

          Yes, Timmy the Redskins already have lots of safeties on their roster. Which of those guys are free safeties? That’s the position where they needed help. I pointed out three ACC safeties with better coverage skills than Jarrett, all available in the 6th round. Anthony Harris is an All-American.

          Your safety comment is nonsense as is your defense of it.

          As for the Scherff pick, even a blind squirrel finds a nut occasionally.

        • timwillhidetimwillhide - May 3, 2015 at 11:16 PM

          Sounds like Sour Grapes to me just admit you were wrong and I was right….

          And if you would have bothered to read my assessment of the Draft you would have seen That I pointed out they missed out on Amos. Again you are looking for any little thing hoping Im wrong… I believe Rich even wrote in his assessment the reason they didn’t go after the guys you mentioned is because they don’t tackle…. If you haven’t noticed everything Ive bin saying has bin spot on. I have yet to see anything you mention come true, but like you said maybe you will find a nut.

        • timwillhidetimwillhide - May 3, 2015 at 11:21 PM

          BTW Davis and Goldson are FSs. Phillip Thomas has played FS in college and did you ever think they might convert one of their CBs to FS? And I believe I mentioned that there will be a second wave of signings in Free Agency when teams release players.

        • captblood3000 - May 4, 2015 at 4:24 PM

          Timmy, this just more nonsense. Goldson is a rental at free safety. Davis isn’t starter material. Thomas hasn’t shown that he can start at the less demanding position of strong safety. Amerson had problems with the mental aspects of playing cornerback. You would move him to safety? How is DeAngelo Hall the long term answer to anything?

          Just because the Skins missed on Adrian Amos in the 4th doesn’t mean that there were no free safeties worth taking later. I identified 3 free safeties worth taking in the 6th round: Kurtis Drummond and Cody Prewitt were also available. Instead, the Redskins took guys that are unlikely to make their roster. So free safety was a need not addressed in the draft. Picking up Goldson is another free agency gamble: he didn’t play well at Tampa Bay and he is on the wrong side of 30.

  13. lpddawg - May 3, 2015 at 10:53 AM

    I’m just glad we finally got someone who knows how to build a team running things now.And I love his philosophy of getting back to Redskins football.Pounding the running game on teams and having big ‘ol nasty offensive and defensive lines.HTTR

  14. smotion55 - May 3, 2015 at 10:54 AM

    everybody assumes that he wasn’t working the phones. I beleave they did not get a good enough offer to trade out of the pick. Only the over hyped picks seem to make sense with a lot of people. drafting a nasty hard working STARTING RIGHT TACKLE is exactly what we need. Everybody bitches about not upgrading the OL and when we do all you smart asses make light of it. Culture change is what is needed and it starts with both lines and special teams. The 2nd round pick has already lost a couple of LBS and will fit in well with this defense. B+ at least for this- he did exactly what he said he would do, and we have an extra pick already for next year.Take a look at the UDFA list and complain about that too-

  15. hk2000 - May 3, 2015 at 10:59 AM

    I generally agree with your assessment Rich. Too many ‘if’s though, how about ‘if the coaching staff does a good job coaching these kids’ . Also, Can we just operate on the assumption that McCloughan will be around for years to come without actually saying it?

  16. manchild157 - May 3, 2015 at 11:26 AM

    Gone are the days when Vinnie and Bruce took household names. We have a GM that does his homework. HTTR!!

  17. wncskinsfan - May 3, 2015 at 11:27 AM

    Rich, happy Sunday, sir. Great coverage this weekend. Question– I can’t help but think that maybe they grabbed Evan Spencer with the notion of converting him to the coveted smash mouth TE, the blocking TE with attitude that we really need? He seems perfect for it on so many levels . . . size, smarts, attitude. We know the OLine wasn’t quite up to speed, but we also know a lot of sacks came to poor blocking form TE/RB positions? This notion helps to make sense of drafting Matt Jones, too? Do you think that is on there mind with Spencer? Otherwise, like all of us, it is too early to really say, but I love the lack of fanciness with the top pick of Scherf, many think the Giant s might have grabbed him, perhaps no trades were offered that worked with that thought, etc . . . Nice draft. On paper, B+ for now. Between this and the FA, they did what they could with what they have . . . they addressed the trenches . . . big nastys with heart, and a specialist. cool. Maybe over time they will revive our beloved Hogs. This likely will not be some major winning season, but it will for sure be interesting.

    • Rich Tandler - May 3, 2015 at 1:28 PM

      I thought about Spencer for a bit but then I took another look he weighs just over 2 bills. He’d have to put on 30-40 pounds. Paul was 224 at the combine so he didn’t have that far to go.

  18. kenlinkins - May 3, 2015 at 1:06 PM

    Rich, The Redskins had about 80 guys on the roster before drafting 10 guys. Now we are hearing about UDFA who the Redskins have signed (some where around 10 to14). When the total hits 90 don’t the Redskins have to start releasing guys to make room?

    • Rich Tandler - May 3, 2015 at 1:21 PM

      I count 80 plus the 10 draft picks. Since the picks count towards the 90 they will have to let on player go for each free agent they sign.

  19. bangkokben - May 3, 2015 at 6:17 PM

    So what’s the over/under on how many of these draft picks make the final 53? Not the initial 53 and not including the practice squad. I’m setting the line at eight. (Two getting stashed on the practice squad.) Will we have 9 or 10 make the team like when Vinny had ten draft picks (2008) or when Shanahan had twleve draft picks (2011) or will we have seven or less actually make the final 53? Rich made good points on a previous post that shows what an uphill climb some of these guys have – especially the last several picks.

    • skinsgame - May 4, 2015 at 1:13 AM

      Spaight and the center from USF seem to be the longest shots. Spaight looks like a hard worker who is undersized. The OSU receiver seems a long shot as well unless Roberts gets clipped.

  20. Stanley Powell - May 3, 2015 at 6:25 PM

    How some can say things and get paid to do so is mind boggling. How does saying that the Redskins pass rush will be mediocre if Smith struggles make any sense. If he was that good or important he would have been the first pick. He’s a rookie who will play maybe 40% of def plays. I guess we shouldn’t have signed all those def lineman in FA. WTF!??

  21. kenlinkins - May 3, 2015 at 8:28 PM

    If you use BPA that fits what you are trying to build then I would have to grade this draft B+. While the Redskins may have reached a bit on a few picks and even passed on a few guys who showed more college football talent, the new GM stayed with his idea of building a more physical / high effort team. As a manager, you always celebrate replacing the bottom 25% of your performers. You also gain as the top 75% see which way the wind in blowing and start to put in the time required to be successful. While you can not replace some untouchable position holders right away (due to contract, investment not yet returned, jury still out on, replacements not available etc.) you can place them on notice and even chip away at the small gang of guys who group together for protect from the Turk on cut down day. This is how you regain control and gain better effort from a small core of players who just do not get it. If I was a Redskin without guaranteed money, had a high cap saving this year, had fans talking about needing an up grade at my position, held only a sub package / back up or Special Teams position and was known more for my desire to beat rush hour than my desire to spend extra time in the film room, I would be very concerned about where I will be working in Sept. Remember, this roster was so bad in March that there were very few players who are untouchable. Training camp should have much more hitting and winning of jobs then having coach’s just “ink in” starters from April / May coach’s meetings.

    • Username - May 3, 2015 at 9:47 PM

      Totally unimpressed with the draft. You can’t evaluate the 1st and 2nd picks in a vacuum. It’s not just whether the O lineman was the best available. It’s whether the team is better with Williams and the best tackle available when we picked in the second.

      Jones may work out but was a terrible pick. Tons of depth at that position in the draft plus it’s one of the strongest position groups on the roster. Add on the dual knee surgeries and I would be upset to pick him before the 6th.

      Don’t mind adding a guard but I am sick of injury risks in the first four rounds.
      Has anyone seen our safety depth chart? One guy who is in the wrong side of thirty and has been dropped without regret by two straight teams, including one of the few that was worse than us last year. The other starter has hardly seen the field. The third string has shown little on the field and little ability to stay available. Surely it was worth trying a couple of guys in the 3rd/4th to see if we can get a viable guy.
      Finally, I’m fine with BPA especially with a team that’s won 7 of 32. But in a draft which was supposedly not great at the top but deep at the bottom we got 1.5 projected starters for a team with a well sustained record of horridness and poor talent all over the field. That’s just not a good draft. Surely we could have found some guys in rounds three through seven who could not only contribute on special teams but project as starters on what is a bottom five roster.

      • skinsgame - May 4, 2015 at 9:05 PM

        Opinions are like doorknobs.

  22. Edward - May 3, 2015 at 9:31 PM

    Yea the only head scratcher for me was Jones I understand the need for a change of pace back and it seems that Alfred Morris is not Grudens type of back and also he has a lot trouble in pass protection but the guy is still very productive why would you not want that?But Matt Jones will be a decent back in this league he reminds me of a poor mans beast mode

  23. Rose-Mary - May 3, 2015 at 9:48 PM

    Thank you, Rich Tangier for the awesome grades.Finally there getting some respect, thanks all to our new GM Scott Redskin for life no matter what

  24. Rose-Mary - May 3, 2015 at 9:54 PM

    Thank you Rich Tandler for you’re awesome grades, they finally getting some respect.We owe it all to our new GM Scott, thank you.Redskin for life no matter what

  25. Rose-Mary Othon - May 3, 2015 at 10:02 PM

    Thank you Rich Tandler for the awesome grades.They’re finally getting some respect, thanks to our new GM Scott thank you. Redskin for life no matter what.

  26. goback2rfk - May 4, 2015 at 2:03 AM

    Draft Grade: C+

    The Sheriff pick was a bad one. Definitely should have traded down and still picked him up or why not take Williams who is an absolute force. If he turns out to be another Trent than I can understand but that is yet to be seen. Only time will tell, I am more interested in how RG3 plays now that he knows he is a lock for another 2 years.

    • skinsgame - May 4, 2015 at 9:07 PM

      You are one of several assistant general managers, obviously. I am sure Scot Mac would have lived to have known that you had all that inside information from other teams. Especially the nugget of where you knew of teams that wanted to trade with the Redskins and still allow them to take Scherff.

      • goback2rfk - May 5, 2015 at 1:48 AM

        Only time will tell with Scherfff. He is obviously really good there is no debating that, however, it is yet to be seen. Only time will tell. I hope her turns out all pro like Trent.

        • captblood3000 - May 5, 2015 at 8:06 AM

          At the Pro Bowl, you will see left tackles playing left tackle and left tackles playing right tackle. That’s it. The best tackles play the blind side. Archives

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