Winning a division title and making the playoffs for the first time in five years is all well and good, but the Washington Redskins have a lot of work to do with their roster. Though they have a solid core group, they lack depth and could stand to upgrade some key positions.
With their season over, they can look forward to free agency and, more importantly, the draft.
After the 2012 draft class, highlighted by sixth-rounder Alfred Morris, Mike Shanahan has shown he can find talent even deep into the draft, which should come in handy this year.
The Redskins don't have a first-round pick this season; it was part of the package they sent to St. Louis for the right to draft Robert Griffin III, but they have seven total picks and can help themselves a great deal.
Everyone else may be watching the Super Bowl, and April is still a few months away, but here is Washington's 2013 NFL Draft wish list.