Oh the Redskins. It's fantasy football but with real money for Daniel Snyder.
The Redskins make big off-season signings and get a lot of press, but turn out to be busts. They haven't made the playoffs in seven of the 10 years Snyder has been there.
Jerry Jones had 105,000 fans at their first home game. Redskins had 4,000 empty seats. Gotta make his blood boil.
In 2007, they took LaRon Landry, a safety. They felt he was the best player on the board. The Redskins imagined him and Sean Taylor patrolling the secondary for many years to come. Sadly, Sean Taylor's death changed all that.
They also had Clinton Portis, whom they got in a trade with the Broncos for Champ Bailey, so they assumed they were good at the running back spot.
Maybe having Peterson would have filled those 4,000 seats. Or maybe not, since that organization just seems to make wrong move after wrong move.