Personally, I like Redtails. It's a nod to the legendary Tuskegee Airmen, so a nice 180 from what was considered to be a derogatory name previously. It's the same length as Redskins, so logo & signage-wise, it's easier. It also fits right in with their current fight song & sayings, so from a fan perspective it works.
It most likely has to do with the capital beltway (I-495) and I'm assuming people that live within it are called "belters". Not the best nickname....
My votes counts for absolutely nothing, of course. But I really don’t like the idea of moving Big Q out to tackle.
I don’t know what kind of LT he would make. But I do know that he’s almost certainly the best LG in the league. So we know we’d be losing the best at one position and likely getting an LT who would be something significantly less than the best in the league.
I know it’s not the same thing. But imagine watching John Stockton perform as one of the best PGs in NBA history and then, because he’s so fantastic and the Jazz decides they need help at SG, moving him there.
Moving Smith over there might make some more sense. At least he’s a tackle, and a pretty good one. But LT is a big-time specialty on the O-Line. And we need to get somebody who has the experience and physical attributes to play that position at a high level....without, hopefully, raiding other positions on our line.
Based on the numerous times i used the draft simulator it depends on who falls. I want to say Waddle fell and I had to decide to take Waddle or take in a haul. This is not unrealistic if a player falls that another team loves. I only do trades that are offered. Most of the time i don't get trade offers and roll whats on the board.