For a season that started so well, Redskins fans were let down quickly as Washington ditched their 3-1 start and lost their next six games following their bye week--ultimately finishing the season with a 5-11 record.
With numerous holes throughout the roster and a general lack of depth at most positions, Mike Shanahan and the front office will have their hands full come April when the Redskins attempt to strike effectively with their eight draft choices.
In no particular order, I believe the Redskins' biggest needs are at quarterback, offensive line and the secondary. As sort of sub-needs, if you will, I think the team could benefit from adding depth at linebacker and receiver, but no where near the point of making a high selection to address either position.
That being said, I went through these seven rounds for the Redskins with the idea of value and need in mind. I understand that the Redskins are expected to be spenders in free agency this offseason, but I won't consider that factor until somewhere around my 87th edition or so.