Brandon AmmonsContributor IJuly 21, 2009

DETROIT - OCTOBER 26:  Jason Campbell #17 of the Washington Redskins looks on during the game against the Detroit Lions on October 26, 2008 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan.  (Photo by Domenic Centofanti/Getty Images)

This coming up football season will be a big year for alot of the players. Some of the players will have success this year, and get those lucrative contracts. Then there also will be those who will be getting paid to be somebody's back up.

Some of these players themselves are the reason that they don't have a huge contract in the works right now (Braylon Edwards). Then there are some who have performed well but can perform better, but have an organization that does not know how to run, or manage a football team (Jason Campbell).

I have made a list of people who must produce or already have produced huge numbers this year, if they want to get a huge pay check. So let's get started:


Braylon Edwards:

In 2007 he was the one of the best receivers in the league, and was considered to be the next great NFL receiver. During his breakout year he posted impressive numbers (16 games played, 80 catches, 1280 receiving yards, and 16 touchdowns). Then In 2008 somthing went really, really wrong. lol. This past year he posted numbers that are not acceptable, since he is the teams number one wide out. His statistics for last season are pathetic (16 games played, 55 catches, 583 receiving yards, and three touchdowns).

He is now in his contract year, and if wants to get paid he will have to try and duplicate his 2007 year. He must prove to the teams and himself that he is no one-hit wonder. No matter how bad his team might be this year he must but his best foot foward and not let his play slip.

I still think he can be one of the best receivers in the league. I think he will rebound this year, but not like his 2007 year.

He will not get the money he thinks he will get. I am a fan, but i hope he proves me wrong.


Jason Campbell:

Drafted by Hall of Fame coach Joe Gibbs, Jason Campbell was suppose to be the Redskins QB of the Future. He is 6'5 231lbs, a very nice and polite, soft spoken guy, and hard worker. He didn't start his rookie year, why??? who knows.

Every year since being a member of the Washington Redskins, it has been something new or different going on in the organization. Meaning, either a new Head Coach, or OC every single year. He has gotten better every single year, and the fans can see it. Last year the Redskins shocked the NFL by going 6-2 in their first 8 games. Jason could do no wrong, he was leading his team to wins, and he was not turning over the ball. Then the second-half of the  season came around, and him along with the rest of the team stunk it up. He still ended up with 3,245 yds, and 13 touchdowns, and six interceptions. HE WAS ALSO SACKED 38 times. That is crazy.

Jason Campbell should be given another season to prove that he can be the QB of the future for the Washington Redskins. It is obvious that he is a capable QB, but Snyder always wants someone who is overrated and who would not fit with their system. Snyder never knows what he had until it gone...to another team.

Honestly, I think Jason Campbell will have to throw for 3,800 yds and 26 touchdowns and 13 interceptions to keep his job, or the Redskins must make the playoffs.

I think he wil prove all the doubters and haters wrong and get that big pay day that he deserves. HE IS THE FUTURE OF THE REDSKINS!


D Q'well Jackson:

He is a beast if you dont know about him. He is one of the young Middle Linebackers that is taking over the League along with Patrick Willis, and DeMeco Ryans.

Honestly he needs to keep doing what he doing, he will get paid like a superstar. MARK MY WORDS.


DeMarcus Ware:

Um...... there is nothing to say, but if Dallas don't PAY him somebody will make him the richest linebacker in History. I bet Snider, or Al Davis can't wait.


Miles Austin:

Who is this guy that the Cowboys Camp is claiming will fill the void that T.O. left? This guy has the size, the speed, and the attitude that you would want in a receiver. He has been in the league for about 4 years now, and this is his contract year coming up.

If wants to get paid, he has to be the breakout player of the league. According to Jerry Jones he will be. Truthfully, I think he will be a major factor for the Cowboys this year.

If he does have a big year, unless Jerry Jones uses the franchise tag on him, he will be able to sign with a number of teams.

Watchout for Miles Austin. Silent But Deadly. LOL.


Tell Me What You think. And Keep Watch For Part Two.


Brandon A.


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