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Hogs Night: A Porkcast — Has The ‘Skins Brass Earned The Benefit Of The Doubt?

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With high marks in four straight drafts, has the narrative around Washington’s front office begun to change?

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The Hogs Night: A Porkcast crew of Bryan, Beege Roomba, Dr. Jones, and Nedbot are back and feeling great about the opportunity to have a substantive conversation about not just what might happen with the Redskins, but about something that has happened – a draft that by all accounts can give some reason for hope.

We put on our best draft-knower hats and run through an overview of Washington’s picks and choose what we think was the team’s top decision of the night. After a successful set of selections from top to bottom, we discuss a big question: with four very strong drafts in a row, does the narrative around Washington’s front office start to change, and at what point do Bruce and Dan begin to deserve some benefit of the doubt?

Finally, we round things out by talking about the quarterback situation – with the addition of Case Keenum early in the offseason followed by Dwayne Haskins’ selection, at what point do you expect the veteran to give way to the Future Of The Franchise at signal caller? While Keenum’s addition has bought them some time, is Haskins better off waiting, learning and watching from the sidelines, and if so how much patience will the Redskins fans, front office, and even Jay Gruden have before installing him, and under what circumstances would that be warranted?

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