If the Redskins take Jimmy Clausen here, I really think we'll look back on it five years from now and laugh at how foolish it was. I know some experts have him rated his high because he's played in a Pro Style offense, but so did Brady Quinn. Ask yourself this: Is Clausen really $25 million better than, say, Colt McCoy, who will be a second round pick? Hell no. He's better, certainly, but not $25 million better. I also think Mike Shanahan is arrogant enough to believe he doesn't need to pick a quarterback this high to be successful, that he believes he's enough of a quarterback guru to see what he can do with Jason Campbell first, and if that doesn't work out, he'll address the position down the road. If Bradford is still here, then the Redskins will take a quarterback. But Jimmy Clausen isn't Sam Bradford. Okung could solidify their left tackle spot for a decade. He has great feet, long arms, and he benched 225 pounds 38 times at the NFL Combine, which was the most of any tackle prospect.