Knowing Your Role: Figuring Out Where The Redskins Rookies Fit on the Team

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1.) Brandon Scherff, OT, Iowa

Head coach Jay Gruden stated straight out that Scherff will start out at right tackle. He projects as a Pro Bowl caliber guard, but the Redskins desperately need right tackle help.

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Bigger, Meaner, and Nastier: Washington Redskins Second Round Analysis and Best Players Available

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GM Scot McCloughan set the tone in round one; he drafted a big, physical offensive linemen with a mean streak. On day two, McCloughan continued to add to his renewed focus on beefing up the trenches, while also adding some needed depth to the running backs.

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The First Round of the 2015 NFL Draft In Three Cynical Sentences (Or Less)

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This is my challenge to myself to analyze every pick in the first round in three sentences or less. Because really, the NFL Draft boils down to hot takes anyway, so why not makes 32 hot takes in one post?

NOTE: I started this the day after the draft, which means some of what I say makes no sense in hindsight. But when has hindsight every stopped some hot takes, amirite?

1.) (TB) Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State

Jameis Winston gets drafted first overall like everyone thought he would. His first reaction was to post a picture of himself with crab legs on Instagram. A new era of no self-awareness and endless coverage of a black quarterback has begun.

 

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