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Quarterback: McNabb should not be the starter, but should stay on the team. Grossman is not the future, that's extremely obvious. They would benefit by taking a young quarterback into the roster and have McNabb mentor him. Grossman might have some trade value with the performances he's put up.
Wide Receiver: One of McNabb's issues is that he is used to playing with reliable players. Santana Moss will not be there next season, so that leaves Roydell Williams and Anthony Armstrong as your starters.
They could bring in T.O. or Steve Smith to the team, because we all know Dan Synder will pay big money for them. But they might also help that weak offense start to move the ball. Drafting a receiver with some good hands would be a good decision too, as they rank last in third down conversions, which is also an NFL record.
Guards: They need some serious help, because Donovan McNabb has never looked so uncomfortable. Their interior linemen are their weak points. If you ever watch them when they run, they always run outside or beyond the tackles and were very ineffective when running between.
Defensive Tackle: Because Albert Haynesworth does not want to play nose tackle, they lacked that key element of a 3-4 defense. They need a young and athletic nose tackle, but getting a space eater such as Shaun Rogers to take that place.
Cornerbacks: The only reason DeAngelo Hall made the Pro Bowl was because of one good game. Take out that one game and you just see one bad secondary. The aging Philip Buchanan has done a decent job while Carlos Rogers just gets constantly burned. They need a young and aggressive player.
One possibility is Mike Jenkins from the Dallas Cowboys, whose play this year was not what got him to the Pro Bowl; Jerry Jones might just part ways with him.
Safety: While LaRon Landry is a great player, he's a better hitter then cover man and they could use someone who can run with receivers.