Robert Griffin III would have broken every rookie record in football by now if he had better receivers around him.
Eight drops against the New York Giants and then ten drops against the Pittsburgh Steelers almost cost the Washington Redskins the season. If they win those two games, they're 7-4 and sitting atop the division with the playoffs all but guaranteed. That's the difference that having good receivers would make.
Leonard Hankerson and Aldrick Robinson are young guys who have just been flat-out inconsistent this year. They have talent, but haven't done much with it. Santana Moss has lost a step, Pierre Garcon hasn't been around much of the year, and the most memorable thing Josh Morgan has done all year is throw a football at Cortland Finnegan, which probably cost the Redskins another win (8-3).
If Garcon is healthy, this isn't a bad group of receivers. But without him, this is an average group that just hasn't played well. The Redskins should definitely be looking for some help to give RGIII some more weapons next year.
Here's a list of guys they could go after.