Only time will tell but when he’s on, which he is right now there aren’t many better and he becomes a nightmare to match up with, especially if the QB situation has them leaning heavily on the run which is the common sense approach to this season seeing how stacked the running backs are. Mckoy has years of experience in the system and should be a perfectly capable game manager. Keenum almost made it to the Super Bowl so it’s not like he can’t at least manage a game as well. Haskins has tremendous upside but it’ll come with some rookie mistakes to be expected but should be fun and with a stingy defense and run first approach that could be the perfect learn on the job formula to get him in early in the season if not game 1.
Tim Settle came in down in weight and hungry and is pushing an already loaded D-Line for more time on the field. He should be fun to watch again in preseason blowing up 3rd stringers.
I dont see their defence or offence being in the top 15 this season.
I don’t see the Offense there but the Defense may be the stongest group Washington’s ever assembled.
4 names you’ll see in Pro Bowl discussions for years to come. All of them young.
That’s why we play the games. Gruden may or may not be a yes man but either way it’s the longest stretch of continuous coaching we’ve had in decades. This is the year to show. Last year should have been if not for the freak injuries wave. They’d pulled into top 10 rankings before the injury bug set in and that was with Alex Smith no one was wowed by.
Sweat is a freak brought in to make the passing game a nightmare. 6 feet 6 is insane and even if he doesn’t get there, you’d have to throw over his wingspan which is never great for accuracy. Kerrigan had 13 sacks last year without Sweat splitting the attention and Landon Collins having his back.