Maybe it's the seven combined wins in the last two seasons, or the seemingly constant quarterback turmoil. Whatever the reason, expectations for the Redskins in 2015 could hardly be lower.
Expectations often get outsized as things relate to the Redskins, but the hype surrounding the arrival of new offensive line coach Bill Callahan seems particularly notable.
This offseason the Redskins made a move to strengthen their offensive line, though it had nothing to do with the draft or free agency.
It's hard to find an NFL analyst predicting greatness for the Redskins in 2015. In fact, it's hard to find an analyst that even expects the team to go .500.
After bringing in one of the draft's biggest question marks in Nebraska's Randy Gregory in the second round, the Cowboys made another move to bring in former LSU offensive lineman La'El Collins.