It’s time for another Riggo’s Rag Redskins mailbag!
It’s been quite a while since we’ve done one of these. But it’s high time to get some questions in for our Riggo’s Rag Redskins mailbag.
With most of the 2020 NFL offseason having wrapped up, save for a few major free agents and plenty of minor camp-related signings that will occur once training camp starts in July (hopefully), the Redskins are looking set to take on the 2020 campaign. In their first year under Ron Rivera, the team will be facing quite a few challenges and will have two goals above all else.
First and foremost, Rivera will be looking to establish a culture in Washington. The organization has long been known for its dysfunction, but with Bruce Allen gone and Rivera in charge of things, there’s enough hope that things can change. But for that to happen, Rivera will have to get players to buy in to the changes he’s making and make sure that everyone is on the same page.
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Second, the team will be looking to find contributors at their various positions of weakness. Over the course of the offseason, Rivera invested in few big-name players and instead focused on adding a lot of depth. That means that the ‘Skins will have a bigger roster bubble than most teams and in some situations, like the tight end position, it’ll be anyone’s spot to win.
If the Redskins can locate these contributors to potentially fill their biggest needs, they could be better than expected in 2020. And if they can start getting the arrow trending in the right direction, perhaps they will be able to build momentum ahead of the 2021 season.
But for now, the ‘Skins have a lot of questions surrounding them. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, considering that most view this as a rebuilding year for the squad, but it does create a lot of outcomes and interests in some of the bigger issues that the team may face in 2020.
That’s enough from me. Now, we want to hear from YOU! What are the biggest questions you have about the Redskins? Let us know in the comments section below. We’ll do our best to answer them all and will include the best in our Monday morning Redskins mailbag.
Without further ado, the floor is yours!