Whether Washington keeps momentum depends on its QB

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ASHBURN, Va. — The Washington Football Team has reached this point in the past. It enters an offseason full of hope after finishing strong and reaching the postseason. What it hasn’t done in the past: build on that success.

In order to finally do so, Washington must answer several questions — none bigger than who will play quarterback in 2021 and, perhaps, beyond.

“We can get crazy better,” Washington rookie defensive end Chase Young said.

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To keep climbing, though, multiple NFC scouts and talent evaluators point to quarterback as the obvious stumbling block.

Washington has not made the postseason in consecutive years since 1990-92. The franchise has made the playoffs five times since, and in three of those years it missed a repeat appearance in the postseason by one game. In the other two, it went a combined 8-24.

Washington, which finished 7-9, remains in a rebuilding process. While it won five of its last seven games to earn the NFC East title, it also

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