Can Redskins solve their issues?

Debating how deep Washington's problems run and potential solutions

Updated: November 21, 2013, 5:33 PM ET
By Mike Sando and Louis Riddick | ESPN Insider

Kevin Williams, Robert Griffin IIIHannah Foslien/Getty ImagesIt's been a tough season for Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins.
It's been an adventure for the Washington Redskins since the team traded three first-round picks and a second-rounder for the opportunity to build around quarterback Robert Griffin III.

After leading the Redskins to the playoffs during a record-setting rookie season in 2012, Griffin has mostly struggled this season in his return from knee surgery. The Redskins have a 3-7 record, a roster with too many holes and a quarterback whose approach has come under fire.

ESPN NFL Insider Louis Riddick, a former NFL safety who served as pro personnel director for the Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles, joins Mike Sando to address key questions relating to the future of Griffin and the Redskins.

How deep do the Redskins' problems run?


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