We appreciate you clicking on all the Post’s Redskins and NFL-related coverage, be it Maske and Jones, the antics captured over at the Bog, our columnists or what have you. Certainly though, we don’t have a monopoly on all the interesting things being written about the team. So from time to time, we’ll round up and link to compelling things we’ve read elsewhere, like other blog do. Here’s a pretty healthy collection to help you pass Friday afternoon:
More interesting than your average draft-needs blog post, because it suggests the Redskins’ biggest issue might not be in the secondary, but at right tackle, where Tyler Polumbus graded as the NFL’s fourth-worst, and newly added Jeremy Trueblood is not much better. Tony Pashos they like, but he’s 33. I don’t like copying and pasting big blocks of other people’s text, so click over there to see who they have Washington picking.
We love to project ideal draft scenarios. Here, readers dream up some of the worst.
Every team knows how to scout. So why do some do better than others? Bill Barnwell highlights four best practices.
Which teams picking before the Redskins at 51 have dire needs deep in the defensive backfield?
A crack at Griffin’s numbers this year by looking at how other second-year star QBs have performed. Spoiler: They’ve got 13 games played.
Here’s a hint: Redskins vs. Raiders did not make the cut.
Rich Tandler explains why Washington travels to the Raiders when they did so four years ago.
Maybe RBs should fall down at the 12 so the offense can get another first down inside the 10.
Dan Graziano has complaints for the Redskins coming out of the bye.
Jimmy Kempski sees three good things and has four gripes.
More Redskins & NFL from The Post:
D.C. Sports Bog: Redskins react to the schedule
D.C. Sports Bog: RG3 and RGIII try to avoid a trademark dispute