20 questions in 20 days: 5 The Redskins are going into the season without a workhorse running back. Will the committee approach work?
After sustaining knee and neck injuries late in the preseason, running back Evan Royster says he's "fine" and hopes to start Sunday in New Orleans.
Need to Know: Evan Royster tops the Redskins' official depth chart at running back but that doesn't mean he'll start vs. the Saints. Also, the Redskins have less cap room than meets the eye.
After missing final two preseason contests with a shoulder injury, Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo said he's close to 100-percent.
All of the so-called experts are weighing in on how they think the Redskins will do, now it's your turn.