If all of the questions surrounding the knee of starting quarterback Robert Griffin III have positive answers, Washington actually has one of the healthiest starting lineups going in to the regular season.
All but one player who was projected to start before training camp, will be starting Monday night against the Eagles.
That one player is either Adam Carriker or Jarvis Jenkins, whomever would've won the job if both players were available for a training camp position battle.
Unfortunately, neither will be available for the regular-season opener.
Carriker will be out of action for a couple of months due to injury, and Jenkins was suspended four games for violating the NFL's drug policy.
Their absences makes defensive end one of Washington's weakest positions going into the season.
Here's a deeper look at four of Washington's biggest weaknesses on paper.