The Washington Redskins have had an up-and-down season, sitting at 5-6 despite wins over the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears, two of the NFC''s (and NFL's) top teams.
Donovan McNabb has disappointed thus far with a 11:13 TD-INT ratio, and the team's backfield has been decimated by injuries to Clinton Portis and Ryan Torain.
Mike Shanahan has a decent team to work with, but he's going to need to make some serious improvements next year if he expects the Redskins to contend in the always-competitive NFC East.
Based on today's records, the Redskins would pick somewhere to 17th-21st (depending on how tiebreakers turn out), giving them a good shot to add some quality talent to their roster.
Accounting for their lost fourth-rounder from the McNabb trade (which will become a third-rounder if McNabb stays healthy and the Redskins win nine games), here's a prediction of who the Redskins will pick up in next year's draft.
So, with the 17th (ish) pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins select...