Well, apparently, after going on www.raidernews.com (BEST NEWS SITE EVER), I fell upon 2 articles that made me think...and made me very, VERY optimistic about the season.
1) A.J. Hawk and/or Desmond Bishop- Now, the reason why I REALLY love this guy as a potential LB is because Even before the Packers switched to a 3-4, they had a very dominant 4-3 defense, with Aaron Kampman - remember how much of a beast he was?? A.J. was a cornerstone LB in that he solidified the position. If anything, Signing him would be the BEST thing possible. He cam play the run, and his pass coverage is great. And with Wimbley AND McClain, We could transist from the 4-3 to the 3-4 whenever we wanted to. Desmond Bishop is aslo great against the run, and would also anchor the Linebackers.
2) James Jones/ Jordy Nelson - Big Upgrades at WR. Both are very good, and both can catch the foot ball really well. They would be solid, solid additons to the WR core. Just one of them would be just fine.
The second article, titled "Another Redskins Reunion in Oakland" gives this guy as another option:
3) Santana Moss - Great Veteran, and JC has timing with him. Even using him in the slot would be great, as well as using him with Jacoby Ford. He had a hands issue one or two years, but had some very, very good years with the Redskins) incluing playoff years.
And what is the best way to do this? Ironically, it's doing the one thing I am afraid of: letting Nnamdi go. The BEST thing to hapen would be to sign everybody that is needed, upgrade with these veterans, and draft Very Well AGAIN.
Come on Al, do what you gotta do.