This latest mock draft is what I foresee if we don't do what we can to trade up. We need to trade with the Rams but how would compete with the Browns?
I hope this competition Holmgren & Shurmur are talking about for McCoy is Flynn.
Keep in mind many here are wildly presuming that Shanahan even wants RGIII.
Shanahan has passed on several QBs in the 2 drafts he and GM Allen have conducted.
I'm not saying he isn't interested in any QB. I'm saying he may be interested in some other QB besides RGIII.
HAIL TO THE REDSKINS!!!!
The guys he most likely wanted the most, we didn't have a real shot at. Those guys being Bradford and Locker, if I had to guess. He also reportedly like Dalton in the 2nd, but we never got the chance.
The insiders say that we love RG3. That's enough for me at this stage in the process.
"In 2012 the Redskins are gonna be the NFC East champions, and that starts right ****ing today.” --- Kyle Shanahan, 1/1/12.
Last edited by fancrazyskin; January-10th-2012 at 04:43 PM.
Didnt wanna start a new thread, but read this article guys!!! Click link for full article.
The Cleveland Browns pick No. 4, and there's where the Griffin speculation should really begin. When asked about the situation by reporters three days after the end of the season, Browns coach Pat Shurmur was non-committal on whether second-year man Colt McCoy would keep the starting job in Year 3.
"As we go forward here with Colt, he’s done some really good things," Shurmur told the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. "Get him back healthy, get him in an offseason where he has a chance to develop."
McCoy ended the season recovering from a concussion he against the Pittsburgh Steelers, which opened the door for veteran backup Seneca Wallace to start the final three games. Shurmur didn't shy away from the fact McCoy and Wallace might have company to battle for the job.
"There’s going to be some competition, and I expect that Colt will improve just like I expect Seneca (Wallace) will improve and whoever the quarterbacks are here" Shurmur added. "I think that can be said for all positions, so the best quarterback will play when we start the season."
On Tuesday, the Plain-Dealer reported the Browns might have interest in going the veteran route with a new starting QB—if the Arizona Cardinals make Kevin Kolb available.
Looking at what's going on with the top four picks and the fact the No. 5 selecting team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a franchise-type passer (Josh Freeman), the QB-starved Washington Redskins look like the ideal team for Griffin at No. 6. Being drafted to the D.C.-area would also fit with RG3's aspirations in the non-football fields of politics and law.
While Griffin has a fair chance of following one-time Redskins first-round quarterback Heath Shuler into Congress some day, he has promise to call the signals on the field in Washington for a much longer time.
LOL With some cities you have to worry about the youngsters straying to nightclubs and bars - with us, we would have to keep our young QB from being distracted by Capitol Hill.
Last edited by SlkyCaramel; January-10th-2012 at 04:55 PM.
Please, please, please work that connection w/the Rams GM Bruce! As MJ said, do "whatever it takes"
In a land of freedom we are held hostage by the tyranny of political correctness. ~RGIII~
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