The Washington Redskins made an unexpected playoff appearance in 2012, but the work is far from over. The ultimate is the Super Bowl, and the argument can be made that the Redskins are not only not championship-caliber, but they overachieved last season.
Mike Shanahan, Robert Griffin III and company should be eager to prove the doubters wrong, but there is a lot to do before the season starts. The defense is in shambles, the offense is unbalanced and the franchise quarterback's future under center is uncertain.
By no means should the Redskins be satisfied with their finish in 2012. It was a nice run, but the real work starts now. Only by answering certain personnel questions can the Redskins make the playoffs this season and make a possible run to the Super Bowl.