NFC East Draft Review: Commanders load up on offense

Washington added a high-potential talent to an already fascinating wide receiver group. In addition to Terry McLaurin, Dyami Brown has potential as a second year player, and the world hopes Curtis Samuel stays healthy for a whole season.

Dotson may now push for WR2. His quickness, soft hands, and superb ball skills will help an offence with so many speedsters.

Washington has done an excellent job of attracting talent to its defensive line room in recent years. Phidarian Mathis carries on.

Mathis' stature and power allow him to play many defensive line positions. As Tim Settle and Matt Ioanidis left town, the Commanders wisely signed a pass rusher who can anchor against the run.

 Brian Robinson Jr. will compliment Antonio Gibson's toughness and aggressiveness in the Washington run game.

Adding a runner who strives for every yard makes sense for a Washington squad that struggled to run the ball last year.

I loved Washington's choice, and not only because I despise their starting quarterback. Sam Howell has been a productive college football player since his freshman year at UNC. 

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