Burning Questions for the Washington Redskins' 2013-14 Season

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Burning Questions for the Washington Redskins' 2013-14 Season
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The Washington Redskins' season will be dominated by one question. Can Robert Griffin III stay healthy? While the implications of that question are worth an entire article, the Redskins face other burning questions as they prepare to defend their NFC East title.

Those include the strength of a defensive backfield that still looks hurriedly thrown together. There are also some concerns about a run defense that was a pleasant surprise in 2012, but has struggled during preseason.

Offensively, if Griffin can stay upright, he still needs a legitimate No. 1 receiver to emerge. The running game will remain strong, provided Alfred Morris can match his rookie form from last season. 

But even if he does, the Redskins will still be hoping another back emerges to share the load. There is also the matter of how Morris and his backfield mates will run behind a line that looks solid everywhere, except right tackle.

Here is a breakdown of all the burning questions facing the Redskins ahead of the 2013 NFL season.

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