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Covering for Cousins – Mark Bullock (Washington Post): 2017 Draft Preview

April 21st, 2017: RotoViz Radio: A Fantasy Football Podcast (@RotoVizRadio), featuring an interview with Mark Bullock of the Washington Post who previews the Washington Redskins’ 2017 draft plans.

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Co-Host: Nick Giffen (@RotoDoc)
Co-Host: Anthony Amico (@amicsta)

Guest: Mark Bullock, Washington Post (@MarkBullockNFL)

Mark Bullock covers the Washington Redskins for the Washington Post. On the show, Mark discusses the Redskins’ draft plans, which include shoring up the defensive side of the ball first and foremost. However, the Redskins are possibly in the market for a stud RB as well, so don’t be surprised if they grab someone like Christian McCaffery early. Mark also talks about the Redskins QB situation and whether the Redskins will draft a QB to back up Kirk Cousins in the event Cousins does depart Washington after 2017. Be sure to check out Mark’s recent mock draft for the Redskins.

HOST SEGMENT

Anthony and Nick break down Mark’s insights and start by talking about what Washington should do with its 17th overall pick. Both Nick and Anthony think taking a defensive player or trading back is the right move and explain why. Anthony highlights a couple names at RB that the Redskins could take if they pass on RB in the first round, including Jeremy McNichols. They then break down the QB situation a bit further and talk about the best direction for the Redskins at the position.

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