I still believe Asomugha and Ray Edwards will be the ones who will end up with the fattest wallets, but Santonio Holmes won’t be too far behind.
It’s time to go bold. Let’s take a look at this offense.
First of all, the Skins go two deep at tight end with Chris Cooley and Fred Davis.
Secondly, they got a steal in dominant wideout Leonard Hankerson – who trained for two years under one of the best receivers of the 80’s, Mark Duper.
Malcolm Kelly is finally healthy and ready to be the big target. He’s shed 10-15 lbs., hitting a level of explosiveness he has never reached.
Anthony Armstrong will be the deep threat/clear-out receiver, similar to what Eddie Royal was for Shanahan in Denver. He shocked a lot of people with his 44 catches, 871 yards, a beefy 19.8 average and 3 TDs as an undrafted free agent rookie last season.
With Rex back in the fold and Santonio Holmes signed, the Washington Redskins might be my Super Bowl pick for the NFC (to be defeated by Baltimore, of course) and they actually beat a hobbling version of my current pick – the Packers – in overtime last season.
Grossman to Hankerson is Gator to Hurricane, with a Seminole – Graham Gano – attempting the extra point. That can’t be any wackier than the scorn of Washington fans – Shanahan and Snyder – turning it around just one season after the Haynesworth and McNabb disasters.