Washington Redskins: Positive Lessons to Take Out of 2012 Season

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Washington Redskins: Positive Lessons to Take Out of 2012 Season
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The Griffin-led Redskins have recovered from 3-6 to win their last three games.

The Washington Redskins can take a lot of heart from the way they have performed in recent weeks. Sitting at 6-6 after a triumphant victory over the New York Giants, the positives now outweigh the negatives, and there is solid evidence of improvement in 2012.

Inconsistency has plagued the team at times, but Mike Shanahan will feel he has many pieces in place to start making a run at the postseason, whether it happens this year or not.

Since we’re approaching the season of goodwill, I’ve approached the article in a more generous manner than usual. Rather than single out players who have impressed, the article is split into “offense” and “defense” sections—including special teams—and will aim to cover everything that has improved from last year.

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