The Cult Of Colt: What Could, Should, And Will Happen In The Offseason Ahead
The “news” of the week (the one we recorded, not the one when we edited and published... it’s our offseason too) was the announcement of Taylor Heineke’s return to Washington on a two-year deal that is the culmination of an opportunity seized. While we believe it is highly unlikely that he’s “the answer” Washington is looking for, this certainly represents a low-cost/ high-potential opportunity and the Team will always take that opportunity cost (especially when it earns some goodwill among the fan base.)
Washington is not the only one with an unsettled QB situation, so we take some time to look around the NFL to compare the “haves” that are well-situated for this year and beyond and the “have-nots” whose questions outpace their answers. It’s clear that while the Washington Football Team is in the latter category, misery loves company.
Ultimately we’re realists, so we take some time to discuss what we want or hope to happen, and then put on our thinking caps to determine what feasibly could or will be the outcome for the WFT heading into 2021.
Plus: what to do with Alex Smith, Dwayne Haskins gets a second chance, Ron's grand plans, Tom Brady ate a strawberry, the NFL delivered on inventory, a requiem for Marty Schottenheimer, and Beer vs. Burbon vs. Scotch.
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