The Washington Redskins are in control of their playoff push after today's 38-21 victory over the Cleveland Browns. With the Giants being shut out by Atlanta, the Redskins now move in to first place in the NFC East. All of today's success was even more impressive with RGIII inactive with a sprained right knee.
The Redskins win today was a great example of the versatility in in their offense. However, problems still lie in the same two places: pass blocking and the secondary.
For now, the Redskins will need to stick with their patchwork players at these two position groups. Changes will need to be made in the offseason through free agency and the draft. This piece will focus on three prospects that will be of key interest for the Redskins next April.