Roger Goodell's man-hug was confusing for Robert Griffin III. Yet, that wasn't the worst of it.
The Washington Redskins' selection of Kirk Cousins forced fans to cock their head at an angle like a befuddled puppy.
Cousins would have been a fine selection at the beginning of the fourth round for almost any team. Just not the Skins.
Washington traded away three first-round picks and a second for the right to draft Griffin. Considering the lack of upcoming selections and the cap-space penalty, the Redskins cannot afford to squander chances to acquire talent.
In addition, Cousins will not be given a fair opportunity to develop into a tradeable commodity. Griffin will require all the snaps and practice reps possible to cash in on his enormous potential.
If Washington wanted insurance for its franchise quarterback, it should have gone after a veteran backup.
It isn't as if it was challenging for a Super Bowl in 2012.