Washington Redskins: What to Do with Pick No. 13?

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Published: April 18, 2009

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... harsh unpredictability.  For all we know, they may select a punter with the 13th overall pick. 

But what should the Washington Redskins do, and what should they not do, with the 13th overall pick?

First off, do not trade up. The Pittsburgh Steelers have an NFL-record six Superbowl victories, and they are known for relying heavily on the Draft. Every team in the NFL should use the same method to have success.

If the Redskins trade up, I fully expect Dan Snyder to give up his 2010 first-round pick.  I am, as I'm sure most people are, sick and tired of Snyder and Cerrato throwing away draft picks.  They can grab a perfectly legitimate starter with the 13th pick.

If the Redskins choose to select a defensive player:

1.) If available (and if defensive end/linebacker Brian Orakpo isn't available), draft defensive end Aaron Maybin or
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