The Washington Redskins released their official week-one depth chart on Tuesday.
I already went over the weak spots found on the roster, and anyone who watched the Redskins enough last year shouldn't be surprised to find out that three of the four weaknesses were on the defensive side of the ball.
Likewise, it shouldn't come as a surprise that three of the four strengths of this team come on the offensive side of the ball.
Wide receiver Pierre Garcon went as far as to say that that this offense has the potential to be the best ever, in history.
I'll decline to agree with those sentiments, however I do feel they can be very good.
Every strength of this team isn't just on the offense, though.
Washington has a core of linebackers that will need to carry it's defense all season, and even win games for this team.
Imagine Robert Griffin III driving the offense down the field for a go-ahead touchdown, but leaving two minutes on the clock.
The linebackers will have to get pressure on the opposing team's quarterback and close out the game, otherwise the secondary will get dismantled in a loss.
Here's a deeper look at Washington's four strengths on paper.