Washington Redskins: 5 Major Concerns in 2012

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Washington Redskins: 5 Major Concerns in 2012
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The Redskins lost their best player to a concussion in the third quarter, went 1-of-9 on third down, missed an easy field-goal attempt to make it a two-possession game and they still had a chance to beat an undefeated team?

What does this tell us? For me, it tells us that the Redskins are talented enough to win but aren’t figuring out a way to get it done.

That takes time, of course. The undefeated Falcons have essentially had the same team for a number of years now, their chemistry is evident and Matt Ryan is playing at an MVP level.

With all that being considered and my rational attempt at trying to prevent myself from dropping into another Redskins depression (yes, I have made up my own condition; I’m sure others can relate), it’s still frustrating to see Washington at a 2-3 record.

What’s alarming to me is that they still have to play their division, the surprising Minnesota Vikings, the Ravens and Steelers. It’s definitely scary.

So after five games, I’ve put together five major concerns that I’ve noticed thus far.

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