In the early 2000s, the Washington Redskins made the NFC Championship Game.
It was the team’s first trip to the postseason in 13 years, and its first trip in over a decade to the Super Bowl.
Afterward, the team signed a number of players to lucrative contracts.
Washington was no longer the team that it once was, but the team still had a fan base.
The team went to the NFC title game three times in the next four seasons, and won it all three times.
Washington finished with an NFL-best 12 Super Bowl titles, but they were also known for playing through injuries and bad performances.
In the 2016 season, Washington was one of the worst teams in the NFL, going 6-10.
But the team was still a force to be reckoned with.
When it was time to rebuild the team, Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan made the move that would put the team back on the map.
McCloughans move brought a new head coach, Scot McClure, and the addition of the veteran quarterback Robert Griffin III, a quarterback with plenty of experience.
McClure brought in former New England Patriots quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to lead the offense, and he brought in ex-Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler to lead his defense.
And then, in 2018, McCloughs team went all-in with the draft.
With the No. 1 overall pick in the draft, the Redskins selected tight end Jordan Reed, the No, 2 overall pick, and cornerback Chris Culliver, the seventh overall pick.
The move made a lot of sense.
The Redskins could add a quality receiver to help fill the void left by Josh Doctson’s injury.
The roster needed a lot more help at wide receiver, as the team had a ton of talent in that position.
The talent around them could have made the biggest impact.
They were going to be a lot better off with a big-bodied receiver, and that receiver could have helped create a bigger dynamic in the offense.
It made sense.
After all, Reed was the No., 2 overall selection.
And the No.’s in the second round were tight end O.J. Howard and wide receiver Michael Campanaro.
Both were considered the best prospects in the class, and they were both undrafted free agents.
The undrafted free agent in camp was tight end Will Fuller, who was viewed as a top-five wide receiver.
And with the No.* 2 pick, the Rams selected receiver Michael Thomas.
He was a player that the team wanted, and with the Redskins having a top talent on the board, the organization decided to draft a player who could help the team.
The Rams also had the No.: 10 pick in this draft.
The first round was stacked with quality talent.
Reed, who is coming off his second Super Bowl title, was the pick.
And that talent was enough to make the team more dangerous and better positioned to win games.
The top pick in 2018 made the Redskins the most dangerous team in the league.
The biggest problem in the Redskins offense was the lack of an elite receiver.
Reed was a star in college and his talent was the reason the Redskins drafted him.
But it was clear from the beginning of the draft that McCloughens move would have to be more than just adding a quarterback.
There were a lot things that could have gone wrong.
McClays decision to take the No: 10 pick was not a wise one.
Reed wasn’t going to make it work in the pros.
He wasn’t a quarterback that could help him succeed in the pro game.
And he wasn’t an elite wide receiver that could make an impact on offense.
The problem was, Reed wasn`t even a very good quarterback.
He had never been a good quarterback before his college career, and it didn`t help that his first college start was a sack against Florida State.
He couldn`t pass-protect well enough, and his receivers caught just 15 passes for 155 yards and two touchdowns.
He could make some mistakes and make some big mistakes in a season, but it wasn` t enough to carry the Redskins to a Super Bowl win.
In 2017, Reed struggled with a shoulder injury.
He missed the rest of the year, and had a season-ending shoulder injury during the 2017 season.
Reed had just a handful of starts to his career, including a season in which he threw for just two touchdowns and an interception.
In 2018, he had just six starts, including only three starts.
And despite the fact that he was an injury-prone quarterback, the fact was that the Redskins struggled with Reed.
McClady was right to trade up and select him at No. 10.
But what did the team do to win?
They traded up three spots to select quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Cousins, the reigning MVP, was already the reigning Super Bowl MVP.
So what did McClady do?
He traded up to select the No.”s No. 2 pick and take a player