Value. It is one of the concepts that provides a competitive edge in an NFL world where a strict salary cap puts teams on a financially level playing field. It is a primary reason the Washington Redskins won the NFC East last year. And, it is a key for the Redskins in 2013 if they hope to repeat as NFC East champions for the first time since 1984.
Even with a league-imposed $18 million salary cap penalty, the Redskins have plenty of players whose low salary cap number gives them a fighting chance at retaining their division title.
Many of these players are undervalued because they are still on their rookie contracts, while some are veterans willing to take a pay cut to stay on a winning team.
With the concept of value in mind, let's look at some of the top Redskins who are outperforming their current contracts. This list will examine players and their 2013 salary cap numbers. Let me know in the comments who you think the most undervalued Redskins are.
All salary cap numbers taken from Spotrac.