The Washington Redskins kick off their season this weekend, facing the New Orleans Saints. As of now, not a lot is expected of the Redskins–some doubt any growth at all–but they could easily be misled by seasons of the past. Who am I to judge? I have my own thoughts on the upcoming 2012 season. Here are ten of them.
This team is built to win. They're like a hot light switch: waiting to be flipped on. The defense is predicated around stuffing the run and reaching the quarterback and the offense has one goal on it's mind; score. I think both units can accomplish their goal but the defense has a head start.
That head start is London Fletcher, who's back with the Skins for his sixth season, as head of the defense. Robert Griffin III, or Bob, is still just a rookie. IF the Redskins can get an early lead, they can have a better season than many think; they are designed to play with a lead, we just haven't seen that scenario in a while.
Bob has the daunting task of...