Breaking Down Washington Redskins' Likely Opening-Game Starting Lineup

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Breaking Down Washington Redskins' Likely Opening-Game Starting Lineup
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Robert Griffin III has a new coach and a new system behind him.

On the surface, predicting the Washington Redskins' Week 1 starting lineup after one game may seem excessive. With every current success and tiny development to cheer, one inescapable fact remains: It's just preseason.

We'll get a reasonable idea of how things are progressing, but no one will take any achievement seriously until Week 1. As Dan Steinberg highlighted for The Washington Postthe Washington Redskins are in the middle of a "Golden Age of preseason football."

What does that mean? Nothing.

In 2013, Washington went 4-0 in the preseason and 3-13 in the regular season. For Redskins fans, hope has a way of burning those who clutch it too close.

What we can learn from the preseason is which players are close to the starting lineup, which second-year players are taking the next step and whether injuries have abated in marquee players.

With one game in the books, we've taken a step closer to cementing that lineup, so let's go further and break down each position.

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