Commanders should replace LS Camaron Cheeseman
Having one of the best names in professional football only gets you so far.
To say Washington Commanders' long snapper Camaron Cheeseman has struggled this season would be a significant understatement of the previously prolific specialist's suddenly substandard performance.
Cheeseman's woes date as far back as this summer when the former sixth-round pick was apparently mysteriously instructed by coaches to abandon his old routine and instead try a completely new snapping technique.
The immediate results of the change have been nothing short of catastrophic. Unsightly snaps became a theme throughout Washington's preseason slate and are now costing the team points just two weeks into the new season.
The Commanders brought in a multitude of long snappers for workouts this week. But Cheeseman will remain in the job for at least another week as he enters the last chance saloon.
If the third-year pro can't find his form against the Buffalo Bills, an alternate option must be brought in to stabilize an obviously crucial component of the kicking operation.