The Redskins mainstays on ESPN.com NFC East blogger Dan Graziano’s weekly All-NFC East Team have, well, stayed.
Again, though, I’ll contend it should have at least six. More on that later — first, this week’s Redskins flavor on Graziano’s All-NFC East Team:
- Quarterback: Robert Griffin III
– Running back: Alfred Morris
– Left tackle: Trent Williams
– Center: Will Montgomery
– Cornerback: Josh Wilson
I will once again make the plea that Redskins’ fullback Darrel Young be added to Graziano’s All-NFC East Team, instead of New York Giants’ fullback Henry Hynoski. Young is a critical element in the Redskins’ running attack, but he’s also been a receiving threat out of the backfield for Griffin III and the Washington offense.
Case in point: Young got the Redskins’ offense started last Sunday in its 31-6 win over the Philadelphia Eagles with a first-quarter touchdown reception — his second touchdown catch of the season.
Hynoski? Zero combined touchdowns through the air and on the ground.
CHIME IN: What are your thoughts on Graziano’s All-NFC East team this week? Feel free to comment below.
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