While it may be too early to start thinking about the offseason, it's nonetheless on every fan's mind as we approach the December portion of the NFL schedule.
The Redskins have something to build on. They have a franchise quarterback and running back tandem that give them the chance to stick with anyone. The problem is elsewhere, where the team is littered with holes, most notably in the secondary.
The defense has kept Washington from being a true contender this year, so that will be the priority going forward. There will be some efforts to help protect Robert Griffin III and give him more weapons. But unless the secondary is upgraded, nothing will get better in Washington.
Here's a short list of what the Redskins could do this offseason to improve. This is far from everything. Instead, it's a few steps they could take to fix a terrible defense and build around RGIII.