After Sunday's 38-26 win over the then-first place Minnesota Vikings, it's clear that the Redskins are looking to stick around this season. Sitting behind the first-place Giants by just one game, and tied for second with the Eagles at 3-3, the Redskins are certainly in the thick of things with just 10 games remaining.
Now, the Redskins could probably trade Robert Griffin III for 10 first-round picks, but even I think that's selling low at this point. The Redskins need to identify possible transactions before the looming trade deadline for two reasons:
1. To stack up depth to help this season's playoff push
2. Move to get some of the draft picks that were lost in the infamous RG3 trade.
Either way, a deal to boost either category would be good for the team. Here, I'll break down some of the moves that the Redskins could pull off. Some more realistic than others, but the trading block is limited this season, so you have to stretch for some.