This is a simple game or would you rather with no right or wrong answers. All "opinions" are justified, because they all play the same positions, ultimately. There's just one thing that separates them: Character.
I've seen so many times the issue of character come up when speaking of talent in the NFL. Some of the players that I named have or had character issues, yet are effective in their positions on the field. In the case of a team that lacks so much talent, ask yourself are the "so-called" character issues worth overlooking these players? Every last comparison has a "good character" guy vs. a "questionable character" guy, and this is without naming some of the all-time greats of the game.
Which brings me to the future of the NFL. One that is and will be marred by college students that choose to leave school early, in pursuit of a job with the NFL. Some of these students, however talented and elite they may be, come with so-called "character" issues. Infractions, investigations, allegations seem like a yearly norm with the NCAA, which raises a lot of questions with how these young athletes are recruited in the first place. Who's handling these stars of tomorrow? Who's turning a blind eye to obvious red flags? Why are we still lying to ourselves about a system that claims to promote a "free ride" to athletes, but turns multi-million dollar profits over their talents on the field?
But that's another story. Back to game, and again, no right or wrong answer.
So what say you, Redskin Nation?