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3 Things the Washington Redskins Should Do Differently in 2013
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Robert Griffin III was a highlight of the entire league last year, but Mike Shanahan has changes to make elsewhere.

2012 was a success for the Washington Redskins, but there are still improvements to be made. There are doubtless many plays they would like to do over again, even discounting the injury to their franchise quarterback.

If Robert Griffin III makes it back for the start of the regular season, 2013 is a chance to correct these mistakes. With a solid draft that addressed areas of need—as well as some value free-agent signings— they have the tools in place to do so.

There were three main things that stood out across the season—isolated mistakes that became worrying tendencies as the weeks progressed. Granted, the seven-game win streak righted the situation, but some of these flaws remained, and are highlighted on the following pages.

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