As you may have heard, the Redskins took two rookie safeties in last month’s draft and both of them are considered to be steals. Many figured that fourth-round pick Phillip Thomas would be a solid second-round selection and if Bacarri had been able to stay on the straight and narrow path, he would have gone much sooner than he did as well.
Both of these players could play key roles in 2013. But which one of the safeties is more ready for prime time? And which of them will become a regular in the lineup sooner and have a greater impact this season? Rich Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir debate the safeties in this week’s edition of Point-Counterpoint.