NFL Draft 2010: Washington Redskins

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NFL Draft 2010, Washington Redskins

Despite signing up Donovan McNabb as their new quarterback, the Washington Redskins were still listed as a long shot to win the 2011 NFC Championship or Super Bowl at Sports Interaction (see website here).  Any type of positive move during the NFL Draft 2010 should give the Redskins even more value. 

Heading into the Draft, Washington would pay $1600 for every $100 bet to win the NFC Championship and $3500 to win the Super Bowl.

Much of the talk to date involving the Redskins and the NFL Draft 2010 centers on a backup quarterback.

From the Washington Post:

Despite acquiring Donovan McNabb in a trade this month to solidify the quarterback position, Redskins General Manager Bruce Allen said Monday the team has not ruled out the possibility of selecting another quarterback in this week's NFL draft.

Even with a gaping hole at left tackle, the team has spent considerable time and money evaluating the draft's top quarterback prospects, particularly Sam Bradford.

While many around the league project Bradford's as the draft's No. 1 overall selection, only two teams have conducted private workouts with the former Heisman Trophy winner: the Rams, who hold the No. 1 pick, and the Redskins, who are slotted to pick fourth.

Many analysts have projected the Redskins to select an offensive lineman in the NFL Draft if they hold onto the fourth overall pick.

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