The time is now–the Redskins must trade up to select Randy Bullock

For those Redskins fans who have been living under a rock for eternity, Randy (RB1) is the 2011 Lou Groza award winner.

The 5'9" 212 pound senior dominated this year's Meineke car care bowl of Texas, scoring 15 points helping Texas A&M defeat Northwestern by going six for six…

On his kicking. He made all three of his extra points attempted and his field goals of 31, 40, and 47 yards. Too many Redskins fans who watched this game were focusing on Texas A&M's quarterback Tannehill and completely overlooked the stellar performance by RB1.

Franchise kickers can only be found in the first round as is evidenced by the Oakland Raiders. Sebastian Jankowski and Shane Lechler were both selected in the first round.

The Redskins have not had a decent placekicker since Chip Lohmiller. I am tired of having to watch subpar placekicking, Graham Gano is by far the worst placekicker in the NFL–no one here can deny that.

The Redskins ignore this position every year and try to plug this glaring hole through three agency to no avail.

Look at San Francisco, they are playing in the NFC championship game and all anyone can talk about is David Akers, no one is talking about their quarterback Alex Smith.

We have tried to draft kickers and punters in the lower rounds and develop them, but it has not worked yet. We need to stop ignoring our missing piece on special teams and trade up whatever it takes to get RB 1. We have all the other pieces on special teams, a excellent game returner in Stabby Banks, a great punter and holder(who can also tackle) in Sav Rocca– and of course our special teams captain Lorenzo Alexander.

We owe it to these guys to get RB1 before the window of opportunity closes on this current team.

So what say you Redskins nation?

(Sarcasm font off)

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