The Washington Redskins pulled out an impressive 31-28 win Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens to move to 7-6 on the season. The Redskins were able to squeak out a win despite the loss of Robert Griffin III in the fourth quarter.
With three games left, the Redskins are in position to win at least two games and finish the 2012 season with a winning record and potentially a playoff bid. However, these wins will not come easy and will test the Redskins to adjust their offensive play-calling.
First on the agenda are the Cleveland Browns who represent the perfect "trap" game to scuttle a team like the Redskins. This piece will examine three parts of the Redskins' game that can be improved as they push for a playoff bid.