Washington Redskins Could Trade Chris...

Washington Redskins Could Trade Chris Cooley To New England

There are 45 comments on the BleacherReport story from Mar 13, 2010, titled Washington Redskins Could Trade Chris Cooley To New England. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

Fred Davis emerged in 2009 as a legitimate threat as a pass-catching tight end. While he is not yet the polished route runner that Chris Cooley is, his upside potential may be greater than Cooley's. Having both Davis and Cooley is a luxury for the Redskins, and they could become an excellent duo at the position.

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“We Have A Lot Of Work To Do”

Since: Feb 10


#41 Apr 7, 2010
redskinsfan4 wrote:
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Its true that he has started all 16 games only once in last 16 years, and he played in 9 games in 2005, and 10 games in 2006. But since then, he has missed only 4 games in 3 seasons.
And I agree with you that O-Line does not need great QB. Cowboys Romo, and Giants Manning are the best examples. And I believe that Campbell is a better quarterback than both Romo and Eli Manning. And his stats are awesome even with the horrible O-Line. But Campbell has never been a 4th quarter QB. He never pulled up games at the end of the game even with sufficient time on the clock. I would love for him to stay as a backup for McNabb. He can learn a lot from McNabb, and he can be an even better QB.
And the O-Line, I believe that it is going to take years to upgrade the O-Line Redskins currently have. But if they can get hold of an elite LT, that position can be set for a long period of time. I am not expecting the O-Line to be one of the best this year, but they can get better eventually. But I would expect the O-Line to be in the top half this season.
Now that you have your QB, you can draft a franchise lineman this year hopefully that will anchor your line for years to come. McNabb I think is a good move even with all of his injuries. There is no way you guys will be only 4-12 this year. I would be shocked if you had any less than 7 wins.

Houston, TX

#42 Apr 7, 2010
The running back scene will be interesting to watch now if anything

Willie Parker

Between the three of them they should total at least 1600-1700 yards rushing since not one will have to worry about always starting then falling into their usual injury status
Damon Proffitt

Louisville, KY

#43 Apr 8, 2010
Maybe we can trade ole Danny boy and get a REAL owner! He has ruined a great franchise. A sad error for fans everywhere.


#44 Apr 8, 2010
Mike wrote:
That makes alot of sense, for a team with no true identity, trading away one of the more popular players is just what they need.
Cooly and Welker would have 200 catches. Welker is the top WR in the NFL and who will cover Cooly? Bill should go for it.

Houston, TX

#45 Apr 12, 2010
There beter be some spy cameras in this deal

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