They keep talking shit about the squad huh? Put some mofo RESPECK on our name, and Redskins are the defending NFC East champs and aren't given any respeck at all. Coach CT pulling up on anyone who refuses to put that respeck on his squad. "Why should we respeck the Skins" you may ask. The Skins have finally rid themselves of the biggest distraction/bust in franchise history, Mr. Robert Griffin III, Good Luck Cleveland!!! Kirk Cousins was given control last season, and finished in the top 3 statistically in the last 9 games of the 2015 season. His 79.3 acc percentage was the leagues best. The weapons that we've been able to surround Kirk with as well as his even keel demeanor in the pocket has paid dividends offensively" said Scot McCloughan when asked about the the 4 year QB out of Michigan State. D-Jak, Jordan Reed, and rookie wideout Doctson will stretch the field while veteran's Garcon and Paul feast underneath. Chris Thompson and Matt Jones will share carries with a change of pace form Silas Redd. Alfred "The Butler" Morris is no longer with the team and will be missed. The O-Line is back to being 100% healthy which bodes well Defensively, the Skins have addressed two of the biggest concerns, pressuring the QB as well as covering the deep ball. The Panthers were in their little pussycat feelings and decided to not pay one of the top 5 CB's in the game, enter the Skins. They wrote Josh Norman a fat check for his services, making him the top paid CB in the league. He will earn evey penny gojng up against Dez Bryant and Odell Beckham a fourth of the season. Bashaud Breeland has been a bright spot the last two seasons and has a chip on his shoulder after the Skins brought in Norman. He will show that he is indeed a #1 Corner in this league, making for a nice one two punch on the edges. With Junior Galette returning from injury, the Skins hope to have a meetings at the QB with him Kerrigan, and Preston Smith coming up the middle. Pot Roast is out, and Chris "Big Swaggy" Baker fills the middle. Trent Murphy returns to the D-Line with a hand in the ground replacing the retired Jason Hatcher. D'Angelo Hall rounds out a much improved secondary as he attempts to resurrect his career as a FS in the mold of a Rod Woodson/Charles Woodson.