The Washington Redskins season ended weeks ago at the hands of the most important player in their off-season strategy, quarterback and corny-phrase coiner Kirk Cousins. Cousins threw a game and season sealing pick to New York Giants cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, which further muddied an already messy negotiating process between Washington and their offensive leader. While determining whether to lock Cousins into a long-term deal or let him walk is the first priority for general manager Scot McCloughan, many of the other roster and personnel decisions hinge on how the Cousins situation is addressed.