"Our 12th Man" Sean Taylor Always In The Heart's Of Skins Nation

Travis EvansCorrespondent IJuly 13, 2009

SEATTLE - JANUARY 05:  Washington Redskins fans hold up a sign in memory of the late Sean Taylor before the Redskins take on the Seattle Seahawks during the NFC Wild Card game at Qwest Field on January 5, 2008 in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks defeated the Redskins 35-14. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

No team can say they have had such a great player taken away this way. Sean Taylor was one of the greatest Redskins of this era and even tho he was shot over a year ago no one has forgotten the Grim Reaper. If the Redskins still had Taylor you could argue that they would have one of the most stacked defenses of recent memory and would have to be reckoned with for years to come.

It would have featured Sean Taylor,Albert Haynesworth,Deangelo Hall, Laron Landry,London Fletcher,Fred Smoot and more....

Unfortunately Sean isn't here anymore but yet he motivated one of his good friends CP26 to have one of his greatest years last year and the team would have loved to have made it to the playoffs and beyond. This year look for "OUR 12TH MAN" to have a great impact on players and fans alike when we come around the anniversary of Sean's death.

This is one of the most antiscipated years for a Redskin in recent memory due to Jason Campbell is going to be in the same offense for two consecutive years, the second year wr's in DT and MK are exscpected to contribute greatly and Albert Haynesworth makes his Redskin debut along with Derrick Dockery returning after a stint with the Bills.

Sean Taylor's "12TH MAN" presense won't hurt either after the fans  remember the heart the 2007 Redskins showed after his death.

This is are year and I think all of REDSKINS NATION feels the same ALLL AHAILL!!!!!!!

R.I.P Sean Taylor and you will never be forgotten on the field as a juggernaut or off the field as a father R.I.P