The Redskins are in even worse straits here than the Packers, which will make it exceptionally challenging for quarterback Dwayne Haskins to continue developing in Year 2 of his NFL career. Outside of standout second-year pro Terry McLaurin, Washington does not have a single receiver who caught more than 34 passes in 2019 on the roster. In a perfect world, Kelvin Harmon, Steven Sims, Trey Quinn and fourth-round pick Antonio Gandy-Golden take leaps forward as Haskins grows into the franchise QB the Redskins hoped he’d be when they selected him in the first round last year. With Vernon Davis and Jordan Reed out of the picture, the only tight ends of note remaining are former fifth-round pick Jeremy Sprinkle and journeymen Richard Rodgers and Logan Thomas. Maybe rookie Antonio Gibson, a versatile third-round choice, can make some noise as a pass catcher, but unless new offensive coordinator Scott Turner is able to work some magic with this group, new coach Ron Rivera’s crew will be hard-pressed to improve on last season’s overall offensive ranking of 31st.