The Washington Redskins have once again failed their fans with another mediocre season after supposedly making so many wholesale improvements over the offseason.
The season still has four games left, but the Redskins need start evaluating the talent they have while looking around the league for talent they can get. With plenty of positions in need of an upgrade, Washington may be very active during free agency in 2011.
With better talent evaluation and Daniel Snyder leaving the football decisions to football minds, this won't be a repeat of the 2006 free agent spree.
The Redskins will have some decisions to make in terms of who they promote from the practice squad to extend contract offers to on their own roster, but they should certainly have their eyes on some of the available talent. With the season still going on, there are still players in the midst of playing for their next contract and teams still looking to maintain their current talent.
Even so, Washington can be vigilant in monitoring the free agents to-be and with any luck will get one or two of these guys for the cause.