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  1. I favor drafting a QB at #4 and here's why:

    I'm proposing we take a QB only if the organization sees value in one of the QB's at that pick. And I feel the same way about the OT's. Hopefully we won't have to pick one that isn't worthy simply because we have the 4th selection in this draft. My real point is, there are many more OLineman...
  2. I favor drafting a QB at #4 and here's why:

    I don't believe there is a LT in the draft worthy of the 4th pick. I'm not sure any of the QB's are supportable either. If Shanahan must pick at 4, and judges the QB's and OT's fairly equal, I hope he goes QB. Sit the young man on the bench, developing him for a year and draft OL in the 2nd...
  3. I favor drafting a QB at #4 and here's why:

    I've been thinking about this issue for several weeks now, ever since it became clear that we would have the #4 pick. Finally, it became clear to me that we should use that pick to select a QB even though my heart yearns for a dominant left tackle. The reason? Simple. It seems unlikely to me...
  4. Dear Mr. Allen:

    Yes, I understand now and completely agree with you. Thanks!
  5. Dear Mr. Allen:

    I'm not sure I understand the point you're trying to make in your last paragraph although I'm interested in knowing. Please explain.
  6. Dear Mr. Allen:

    No question but that many things have changed significantly over the last several decades but I believe leadership itself has timeless, unchanging qualities clearly distinguishable from management with which many people confuse it. Lombardi's management techniques clearly would be problematic...
  7. Dear Mr. Allen:

    The man for whom the Superbowl trophy is named and a former Redskin head coach like your Dad expressed his football philosophy (maybe his life's philosophy) in the speech paraphrased below. My Dad took me to hear him speak when I was a youngster and I heard these words (among others) spoken that...
  8. Never been this low

    Even the day after yesterday's debacle I'm still stunned. Not angry, not anything but sad and numb. I am and always will be a Redskins fan but for the first time in my 45 years of rooting for the burgundy and gold, my faith is shaken and it's not like we haven't been through tough times...
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