The Redskins struggle on the offensive line continues to be their most blatant and predictable weakness. Not since the early 90s’ has their line been considered amongst the best in the NFL. It is difficult to understand how year after year Washington continues to use duct tape on an area many consider should be the foundation of a professional team.
There have been few success stories over the past decade. Here I do a quick player by player analysis to help us try and understand exactly what the Redskins methodology is when building the cornerstone of the franchise.
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