It's difficult for fans of the Washington Redskins to find fault in the offseason that general manager Bruce Allen has put together.
Allen made it a point to take care of the players already in the program. He's been strategic in adding cost-effective pieces to improve the special teams. And when an opportunity came to land a big fish like wide receiver DeSean Jackson, he did it—without breaking the bank.
The reality, however, is that this team was 3-13 last season. If Rome wasn't built in a day, these Redskins certainly won't be fully constructed in one offseason.
There are still areas of this roster that are a far cry from being playoff-caliber. Allen has done his best, but let's break down the moves that Washington has not made and how they may affect the type of season new head coach Jay Gruden and Co. will have in 2014.