Redskins Saturday Spotlight: Submit questions for midseason mailbag
By Ian Cummings
Every passing week of the 2019 regular season possesses looming implications for the Redskins NFL Draft in 2020.
Whether it’s a new wrinkle in the race to the No. 1 pick, or a new need revealing itself on live television, every week holds information to be gained for the Washington Redskins in the long, winding lead-up to the 2020 NFL Draft.
The truth is, we’d be talking about the NFL Draft whether the Redskins are bad or not. The draft is an integral part of team building in the NFL, and even the best teams need to know how to use their resources, come April. That kind of knowledge requires a great deal of studying beforehand.
Here at Riggo’s Rag, we’ve given you our own thoughts on next year’s NFL Draft crop each Saturday. We’ve talked about cornerbacks, tackles, and other needs. We’ve talked about the complications of holding a top three pick, which the Redskins are projected to own. We’ve delved on some of the college teams to watch, and some of the class’ top prospects. We even have the first of many mock drafts up and running.
Now, we want to hear from you. Are there questions you have for us about the 2020 NFL Draft? Wondering about potential under-the-radar needs for the Redskins to fill? Want to know about the top prospects at a certain position? Sleepers to watch? Or maybe you’ve done some homework of your own, and want our opinion on a prospect you like? Anything is on the table!
You can hit us up with your draft-related questions or comments in the comments section below, or you can use Twitter or Facebook instead. We’ll gather up the questions and answer as many as we can in next week’s mailbag edition of the Saturday Spotlight (Although questions surrounding the potential replacement of the G.O.A.T. Trey Quinn will not be entertained).
Ask away, and enjoy this weekend’s batch of football!