When it comes to the NFL Draft, it is easy to forget that the most important thing is winning.
That is the main thing.
And, in the NFL, that means making sure your team gets the best players available.
To keep your draft picks on the field, it makes sense to be prepared to make some trades.
The draft can be as deep as the first round, and as unpredictable as the second round.
For the first time, the Redskins will have to make their decision.
If they do, it will have a big impact on the future of the franchise.
The Redskins are taking a chance on the former University of Miami running back, Josh Doctson.
If Doctson falls to the Redskins, they are giving up on their franchise player.
If he falls to another team, then they have no choice but to move on.
But it will not be easy.
The Cowboys have already had their hands full in the past, dealing with injuries and other issues in the draft.
So, the Cowboys have some flexibility here, as well.
Here are the Redskins’ top needs for this draft.
QB1: DeShone Kizer.
The Washington Redskins are desperate for a franchise quarterback.
They have plenty of quarterbacks on their roster, and if they don’t get one, they might as well throw money at the problem.
Kizer would be a big help to them.
If the Redskins trade down in the first two rounds, they would be able to move up to grab Kizer, who would be the perfect replacement for Josh McCown.
The only question is how much he would cost.
Kiser is the No. 2 quarterback on the list.
It is hard to imagine the Redskins giving up a first-round pick for a player of his caliber.
WR1: Allen Robinson.
Robinson is the biggest wide receiver on the team.
The Dallas Cowboys are looking to add more weapons in the passing game.
They are hoping to add a pass-catcher to complement DeSean Jackson and Jason Witten.
Robinson would be an ideal complement.
WR2: DeAndre Hopkins.
The Philadelphia Eagles are also looking to improve their receiving corps, and the team is looking to take a pass rusher in the top five of the draft to do so.
Hopkins would be ideal for the Eagles.
The Eagles will likely be looking for an offensive lineman, and Hopkins would fit their needs.
The team is also interested in moving up in the second half of the first-half draft, and getting a quarterback to help with the transition.
RB1: Lamar Miller.
The Atlanta Falcons are desperate to find a running back to help replace Tevin Coleman.
The Falcons are currently looking at running back Alvin Kamara and have made it known that they are not interested in adding a running quarterback to complement Matt Ryan.
Miller is a versatile player who could fit nicely into the Falcons’ offense.
If Miller falls to them, they could be moving on.
RB2: Dalvin Cook.
The Miami Dolphins are looking for another running back.
Cook has some size and speed and would be perfect for Miami.
If Miami moves up, they have to move down to grab Cook.
Cook is the top running back in the 2016 draft class.
The Dolphins will need to move into the second and third round to get a running threat.
WR3: Alshon Jeffery.
The Chicago Bears have a very young receiving corps.
The Bears have been looking to upgrade their receiving group.
Jeffery would be great for the Bears.
The Rams will be looking to move back up to get another receiving threat.
If Chicago moves up in Round 1, they will need another receiver to complement Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt.
WR4: Kelvin Benjamin.
The Carolina Panthers are hoping for a big receiving threat in the middle of their offense.
Benjamin could be a nice addition for Carolina.
The Panthers need to find another receiver and Benjamin is a potential target.
WR5: Eric Ebron.
The New York Jets will be in desperate need of a receiving threat at receiver.
They could be looking at Ebron to give them another weapon in the receiving department.
Ebron is a talented receiver who would fit well in New York.
WR6: Devante Parker.
The Green Bay Packers will be trying to add to their offensive line.
Parker would be excellent for Green Bay.
Parker could be the ideal receiver for the Packers, and he would fit the Packers’ offense very well.
WR7: Dez Bryant.
The Tennessee Titans are looking at their offensive linemen.
Bryant would be very useful to the Titans, and would fit perfectly into the offensive line’s scheme.
WR8: Leonard Fournette.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are looking into upgrading their offensive backfield.
Fournett would fit in the Jaguars’ system very well and would complement the running game.
WR9: Jalen Ramsey.
The Cleveland Browns are looking toward the running back position.
Ramsey could be an excellent addition for Cleveland.
He would be one of