Though the 2012 season is still in full swing, the 16 weeks that have gone by have probably raised a number of questions in the minds of the Washington Redskins decision makers. But, if they haven't, they're doing something wrong. Without looking past their current playoff hopes, they must start thinking about the future.
With the future comes change and, while the Redskins have changed a great deal in the last seven weeks alone, they could stand to change for the better going forward.
Their biggest concern as a franchise was remedied with the drafting of Robert Griffin III in the 2012 draft. Now, the Redskins have to shore up the roster around him. Though two big questions were answered in the form of Griffin and fellow rookie Alfred Morris, here are some key decisions the Redskins will must face in the offseason.