Why Washington Redskins Have Major Flaws Heading into 2012 Season

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Why Washington Redskins Have Major Flaws Heading into 2012 Season
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The Washington Redskins are entering the upcoming season trying to avoid finishing last in the NFC East for the fifth year in a row. While the stretch has been marred by not only last-place finishes, but also serious turnover in most front office and coaching positions. The only person who has kept his job through all of this is Daniel Snyder...somehow.

Anyway, the Redskins come into this season with a different mentality, however. With the selection of Robert Griffin III and along with him the idea that the Redskins finally have their "quarterback of the future," the Skins and their fans should be thinking of taking the next step forward.

While there are several reason for optimism in Washington, there is also serious concern. Seemingly having the quarterback situation figured out does not make this team complete.

Here are a few reasons why the Redskins have serious flaws heading into this season.

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