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Is the Redskins Offense Now the Biggest Issue in D.C.? For the not-so-distant past http://www.redskinsfootballauthentics.com/alex-smith-jersey-authentic , it has been the Redskins defense that hasn’t carried its weight. To put it frankly; they have stunk!In 2017, the Skins ranked 21st in the NFL in total defense...but wait, it gets better. In 2016 under then defensive coordinator Joe Barry, they were 28th in the league! 2015? - 28th again! They finished 20th in 2014, and 18th in 2013. So, over the last five years, the Redskins have averaged an abysmal 23rd overall defensive ranking. That my friends, stinks!But hope springs eternal for 2018...and beyond. The Redskins have invested heavily on the defensive side of the football over the last two drafts, and this year could be the season where the defense actually turns around. Back-to-back drafts saw first round picks spent on the defensive line - you know, the place where it all starts on defense. Jonathan Allen, who many pegged as one of the top overall players in the 2017 draft, slipped to the Redskins at pick 17 because of concerns about his shoulder during the pre-draft process. He looked very good early on until a Lisfranc injury sent him to IR. This past draft, the team selected fellow Alabama defensive tackle Daron Payne with the 13th overall pick. He and Allen should form a devastating tandem for years to come. Aside from the two first rounders mentioned above, the Redskins also selected the following defensive players who are expected to play big roles in 2018 and beyond:17’ (2nd round) - Ryan AndersonOLB17’ (3th round) - Fabian MoreauCB17’ (4th round) - Montae NicholsonFS17’ (7th round) - Josh Harvey-ClemonsILB17’ (7th round) - Joshua HolseyCB18’ (4th round) - Troy ApkeFS18’ (5th round) - Tim SettleDT18’ (6th round) - Shaun Dion HamiltonILB18’ (7th round) - Greg StromanCB18’ (supplemental draft pick - 6th round) - Adonis AlexanderCBDuring the same period, two key free agent signings have found themselves as mainstays in the Redskins lineup. - Zach BrownILB- D.J. SwearingerSSIn just two years, the Redskins have completely re-shaped their defensive identity, and dividends are bound to pay off. The Redskins offense has not received as much recent love with higher draft picks. The highest offensive pick they have used in the last two drafts has been a second round pick this year on LSU running back Darrius Guice, who is unfortunately lost for the season with a knee injury. The only other entrenched starter who was drafted by the team in the past two drafts is center Chase Roullier, a 6th round pick in 2017 out of Wyoming. Former Oklahoma running back Samaje Perine, a 4th round pick in 2017, has a chance to lead the Redskins in carries in his second year, but that is probably only by default due to the Guice injury. There is also a chance he can get beaten out by third year back Rob Kelley for early touches.It can be argued that since 2016, the Redskins have downgraded on offense.Gone are 1000 yard receivers Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson. Starting C/G Spencer Long found a new home this offseason in New York. Reserve wide receiver Ryan Grant signed as a free agent in Indianapolis this spring. Most importantly, quarterback Kirk Cousins http://www.redskinsfootballauthentics.com/jonathan-allen-jersey-authentic , who holds the franchise record for passing yards in a season, departed for Minnesota, after the team decided to part ways. Health has been another major issue for the offense.Starting tight end Jordan Reed, the player head coach Jay Gruden said the offense runs through, has played in just 18 games the past two seasons (just 6 contests in 2017). Former first round pick Josh Doctson, who missed all but two games as a rookie, has battled both injuries and inconsistencies.Chris Thompson, arguably the Redskins biggest play-maker last season, went on IR with a broken leg after 10 games, and will be starting the season at less than 100 percent. Sean Lauvao, Trent Williams, Brandon Scherff, Chase Roullier and Ty Nsekhe all missed games last season due to injury. Morgan Moses, who was the only starting offensive linemen to play all 16 games last season, was not healthy for the majority of the year, and had off-season ankle surgery. The Redskins also had some bad injury luck in 2017 when it came to free agent additions. Terrelle Pryor, who was a 1000 yard receiver in Cleveland in 2016, missed seven games last season after being placed on IR for an ankle injury that ended up needing surgery. Prior to his departure from the lineup, he accumulated just 20 receptions for 240 yards and a touchdown. Enter the new additions:As we’ve already discussed, the NFL draft has really not produced much for the Redskins over the last two classes. Although Guice was projected to see a significant workload this season, his effect still can not be measured. The Redskins did bring in some fresh faces. Quarterback Alex Smith, who finished eighth in the NFL in passing yards last year, was acquired via a trade that sent a third round pick and corner back Kendall Fuller to Kansas City in exchange for the 34 year old veteran. His intelligence, athleticism http://www.redskinsfootballauthentics.com/jordan-reed-jersey-authentic , accuracy and professionalism will be heavily relied upon to lead Jay Gruden’s offense, and try to get the Redskins back to the playoffs. Paul Richardson, a speedster from Seattle, signed a five year, $40 million dollar contract with the Redskins in March. He will be relied on to provide Gruden with the deep threat the team lost when DeSean Jackson left for Tampa two years ago. Over the first four years of his NFL career, the diminutive receiver has played in just 47 games, registering 95 catches for 1302 yards and eight touchdowns. Aside from these two players, and the ones that left this offseason, one could say not much has changed for the Redskins offense... but the question marks surrounding the quarterback position (many think Smith will be a better fit for this offense) and the hole now left at running back, are huge. Can the Redskins offense be just good enough to put some points on the board this season, while the defense is relied upon to shut down opposing teams?If so, it will be in stark contrast to what we have seen in previous years, where the offense marched up and down the field, and the defense let the opposing team do the same. If history tells us anything, it’s that the team will shine where the most resources have been allocated - and most recently, that has been on the defensive side of the football. I was no fan of the Alex Smith trade and I still am not. I thought the trade was horrible. When news of Smith’s trade to the Redskins started to leak and word of his new contract along with the news that Kendall Fuller would no longer be a Redskin here were some of my reactions:I even had this gem The women in my life have told me about being loud and wrong. Alex Smith is not making more guaranteed money than any other QB in the NFL but he is still getting paid a pretty penny. Smith’s is guaranteed 55 million dollars as a part of his new deal which makes it virtually impossible to move on from him before a couple of seasons pass. Alex Smith is 34 and is not going to get better beyond what we know his baseline of play is.Alex Smith’s career year last season was an anomaly. Andy Reid sold stock at the right time. I will not deny this is a damned if you do damned if you don’t situation for the Redskins. Kirk Cousins was gone. Colt McCoy is not a starter. The Redskins had no plans to move up in the draft and the free agent options consisted of A.J. McCarron and Case Keenum. Smith was available so they went for it. Of course they did but for God’s sake 55 million AND Kendall Fuller AND a third round pick? We don’t pay $8.99 / lb for overripe bananas folks. You shop for value and you only pay for premium and rare ingredients. Smith is not that. Aside from bananas it makes me think about locksmiths. You have lost your key (starting QB) and you need to get back into your place (be competitive and win). Your particular key is your sole resource (QBs run the offense) you do not have a stash of hidden keys nearby (You have not properly prepared to get a new QB). You call a locksmith (NFL teams) because there is no way you are breaking into your own place (field a team with no viable QB at all) and the one locksmith that is still open at 10pm (the team that is willing to trade) charges you $250 dollars to open your door because they know you basically have no other option and they are giving you a premium specialized service. I hope ya’ll followed that but here is my point. The Redskins got taken for a ride and paid full price and currently aren’t getting the value out of Smith that they paid for. I don’t think Alex Smith is a bad QB. I think he is decent but to fact of the matter to me is he is not going to get much better than he is now. We have too much on tape and paper to objectively say otherwise. Alex Smith is not playing well as a Redskin right now and it is almost halfway through the season. He may play better but the results and production will likely be marginal. I was floored by people who said it looked like he was getting more comfortable. It looked the exact opposite to me this past Sunday. Smith clearly is not comfortable in this offense or with its options. We can and do talk for hours about the quality of this team. The coach has said it best and has set the expectation for the season and for the play of this team. The team is built and they have to win right now. To me right now means RIGHT NOW like this season and at the latest next season. Alex is not Benjamin Button either and I know some of you all enjoyed that picture of him running on the ocean floor with a rock but that exercise did not improve his straight line speed or arm accuracy. But guess what? The team IS built to win now. Through a series of fortunate events this team HAS planned and lucked into some key players who are carrying this team. They ran into an ageless Adrian Peterson they have been building the defense for a few years now and those elements are carrying the team. The law of gravity applies here though and what comes up must come down. The team is not playing in a sustainable way. The team has great pieces but what if Adrian Peterson can’t play? What if one of the Bama boys gets hurt? What if the defense simply has a bad game? Who will be left to carry the team? It certainly won’t be Smith that that is what’s scary and disappointing. We can not count on our QB to play from behind. We can’t count on our QB to put the team on his back. We can’t count on our QB to make that special throw. Smith is going to compete with very few QBs in a shootout situation. You need that in the NFL to make it all the way. The Redskins don’t have it. Before you invoke Trent Dilfer or the 2017 Jaguars I will remind you it is neither 1999 (they cant even fall on guys anymore) and the Jaguars lost in the AFC title game and did not go all the way. The irony in all of this was I looked at Smith’s numbers and despite the eye test Smith is actually on pace for another Pro Bowl season. If Smith continues his current production he will finish the season with 3,688 passing yards, 18.6 TDs, 5.3 INTs, and a 62% completion rating. What is funny is if I see this guy run out of bounds on 3rd down during a close game in the 4th quarter with 200 passing yards under his belt I might blow a gasket and yet the team is winning. The bit of good news is like getting a warm pitcher of Corona at happy hour. You’ll take it but you know it isnt good for you in the long run and in the grand scheme of things. What often happens in the comments section is people will revert to the ‘why can’t you enjoy it’ argument. The team won. Shut up be happy. My friends accepting mediocrity in the face of defeat OR victory is something I can not do. There are times I watch this team play and I feel ill. I must point out where the team can do better because I love my Skins. My QB does not need to throw from 450 yards and 4 TDs for me to be happy. But I expect him to not look borderline incompetent at times, I expect him to hit open receivers, I expect him to under stand game situations, I expect him to see open receivers. These are all familiar criticisms of past Redskin starting QBs so I think I’m being pretty fair. Unfortunately I don’t expect Smith to have some sort of epiphany and but it all together next week or this season. The Redskins are first in the division that is lit AF. They are in control of their own destiny. We know there are going to be a lot of challenges. We know there are going to be tough moments where the team has to play from behind. The team will have to lift each other up and pick up the slack when things are going well for one aspect of it. The defense has proven it can do it. Now the question is can and will the offense do it for the defense when we need it most? The team may have payed $8.99/ lb for overripe bananas or payed $250 to get into their own apartment will there be times this season where the expense will finally seem worth it? I won’t hold my breath.

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