Your O-Line did not pass the eye test last year. To say that was a strength of the team last year is wrong.
Garcon is not a Number one receiver just because you guys paid him like one. His hands are questionable at best. He would not start for any other team in the East.
The secondary is not great with Reed Doughty and Meriweather at safety. Deangelo Hall is overrated. On the D-Line you are relying on a guy who's never played a snap in the NFL to start in Jenkins and two other overpaid castoffs in Cofield and Bowen
Funny now they don't pass the "eye test" fu*k outta here they were ranked that high while starting Tyler Polumbus, Maurice Hurt, Willie Smith were rotating around on our offensive line while players were hurt and suspended.. thats 3 players that were either UDFA or 7th round picks.. and still one of the best Olines..
Garcon again had CURTIS PAINTER throwing to him and still achieved 947 yards.. hes going to flourish with the deep ball that RG3 throws.. Then you still have Hankerson coming back and from the looks of it the last time he was on the field he showed #1 type potential. Then you have Josh Morgan, Anthony Armstrong (another deep threat) and Santana Moss should actually be in shape and healthy this time around.. RG3 has enough WEAPONS.
The Dline wasn't that bad last year Cofield was one of our best Olinemen and played damn good on that line.. Jarvis was playing the BEST out of everyone in the preseason and was UNBLOCKABLE.. before he got hurt.. now he can come in and Rotate around with Cofield,Carriker,Bowen,Golston,Neild for a rather deep front 7.
The Safety position looks weak but no one was saying that was a strength.. we Picked up Raheem this offseason who is a phenomenal DB coach and he brought in Tanard Jackson who i think will start @ FS and Gomes (who played well towards the end of the year) will play SS...