The Washington Redskins ended up with one of the coolest vehicles of all the teams on the list.
With the Super Bowl 50 this weekend between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers, I decided we should take a trip down memory lane to the Washington Redskins last Super Bowl appearance in January of 1992.
Forte has had five 1,000 yard rushing season and missing a sixth by three yards. His first 1,000 yard rushing season came all the way back in 2008 during his rookie season.
After being drafted in the first round out of Missouri in 2009, he has played six seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Chicago Bears.
People may see Jones as the feature back for the Redskins in 2016, but I wouldn't be so quick to agree with that. Even when Jones was the feature back for a few weeks in the 2015 season, he struggled to have a big yardage game while fumbling more than any Redskins fan wants to see.
I wanna talk about something that no Washington Redskins fan wants to think about. What if the Redskins can't resign Kirk Cousins to a huge contract extension and keep him in Washington?
It is up for debate who the Redskins will take in this years draft. The Redskins need to asses their defense more than anything else, in this years draft class.
As I'm sure a lot of you know already, Trent Williams was once again selected to another Pro Bowl (his fourth consecutive). Ryan Kerrigan and Jordan Reed will tag along to Aloha Stadium as alternates.
Assuming that the Washington Redskins have moved on from Alfred Morris going into 2016. Matt Jones will be the lead back for the Redskins.
DeAngelo Hall has played 12 seasons in the NFL with three different NFL franchises. Hall was drafted with the eighth pick in the first round by the Atlanta Falcons in 2004.
Cousins did things at quarterback in 2015 that other quarterbacks in the NFL would only dream to do in their careers. He had the 65th “Perfect Game” in NFL history.
In 2015, Pierre Garçon was the leading wide receiver for the Washington Redskins. Garçon had a very productive season at wide out for the Redskins thanks to Kirk Cousins at quarterback.
With 2015 now in the books, let’s take a look at how Washington did in achieving (or failing to achieve) these five goals . . .