Originally written on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 11/20/14
Well Washington Redskins fans; the way the 2012 season ended was a very hard pill to swallow. The savior of the franchise blowing out his knee on National television with an uncertain future as a result makes Redskins fans cautiously optimistic, but you still have Kirk Cousins and the 2013 NFL draft. That’s why we’re going to take a look at what the Redskins 2013 offensive draft needs are going into this season, and look at the prospects in the draft that can make the Redskins offense better... Read more
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2 Comments:
  • Redskins would have won with Kirk Cousins. He should have been put in when RG3 was playing at a demenished capacity
  • i don't understand the great need on offence, the offence really only got shut down in maybe 3 games in the other losses it was the defence that let them down the offence scored enough point all year to beat ANYBODY with a healthy RG3 that i'm sure will bounce back. they need help in the DB area and maybe a big up the gut pass rusher. the defence adjusted to that late in the year. i think with a couple of good cover guys they will be pretty solid this year.i'm not a Redskins fan after baby boy dan took over but i think they will be a top seed contender in the NFC. in fact i think they will better then the two teams in the big show this year.
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