After winning the NFC East for the first time since 1999, the Washington Redskins look to improve upon their 2012 season.
The NFL is one of the most volatile leagues, where any team is capable of either making great strides forward or falling from grace to join the mediocre masses.
Finishing on a seven-game winning streak in the regular season, the Redskins were one of the upstart teams to make a surprise run to the playoffs. They look to be moving in the right direction going into 2013.
The knee injury to Robert Griffin III is the obvious concern this season, but let's focus on other possible issues that could lead to the Redskins taking a step back. Injuries can happen to any team at any position, so this list will not include things like "player X gets injured." Overall depth at a position, though, is definitely in play.
Here are the five biggest threats to the Redskins making the playoffs and contending for a Super Bowl in 2013.