The 2012 NFL season is officially in the books, and the Redskins' geographical rivals have been crowned world champions. With no games left on the schedule, Bruce Allen and the rest of the Redskins' front office are busy molding improvements for 2013.
In 2012 the Washington Redskins took a significant step forward, primarily on offense. The addition of Robert Griffin III cannot be understated as his performances, along with Alfred Morris, produced the NFL's best overall rushing attack. RG3 pushed the Redskins to emerge as division champions, earning him Offensive Rookie of the Year honors.
Despite these improvements, the Redskins still have several deficiencies that must be addressed this offseason. This piece will explore five areas the Burgundy and Gold must examine and correct if they hope to advance next season.