New York Giants: Previewing Each NFC East Team

2 of 5

Dec 20, 2014; Landover, MD, USA; Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden (C) talks to Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III (10) in the second half against the Philadelphia Eagles at FedEx Field. The Redskins won 27-24. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Washington Redskins 5-11

With the aforementioned quarterback drama in Washington it is hard to see the Redskins season going much differently in the 2015 season. Griffin had a strong rookie season but since has looked rather pedestrian. Even if the Redskins manage to get a productive season from their maligned passer, they have plenty of problems on their roster.

The Redskins tried to fix the offensive line with the selection of Brandon Scherff, how they passed up on Leonard Williams still baffles me. They also selected the talented guard from Alabama, Arie Kouandijo. Scherff projects best as a guard but it looks like he will play tackle in his rookie season and I project him struggling with speed off the edge. The Redskins offense was pretty poor in every way last season. The offensive line will be improved and the rushing attack will be behooved for it.

The Redskins secondary is still a major concern. Well I guess for Giants fans it is something to look forward too. The Redskins didn’t address the safety position until the sixth round of the NFL Draft when they took Kyshoen Jarrett from Virginia Tech. The Redskins upgraded at the cornerback position signing Chris Culliver who was from the San Francisco 49ers. They are hoping that their young cornerbacks David Amerson and Bashaud Breeland start to progress.

The Redskins are on the right track, but they are at the very beginning of their trip. It wouldn’t shock me to see them find a way to screw it up, after all Daniel Snyder is still the owner. That being said they have added some really solid players to their roster. They won’t be a good team now but they may be in the near future. For the Redskins faithful that’s enough to hang their hat on. For Giants Nation its a pretty easy two wins.

Next: Philadelphia Eagles