After trading for Carson Wentz, the Washington Commanders are hopeful to make a jump in offensive production. The NFC East isn't that great of a division and this franchise has a shot to surprisingly win the division. To do so, the front office needs to make the right decisions. For that reason, we take a look at two moves the Commanders must make to complete their roster in the 2022 NFL offseason.

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The defense is solid for the most part as the front seven is completely stacked. Even so, the Commanders are missing some talent in the secondary and could make a splash pick in the NFL Draft. Improving the safety or cornerback makes a ton of sense for this team, as Washington is close to having a complete defense.

Offensively, there aren't too many holes on the roster. Between Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson, Washington can make some serious noise throughout the season. Regardless, it'd be nice to see the Commanders find another receiver to help McLaurin, as that could be the missing piece for this offense to thrive.

With that said, here are two moves the Commanders must make to complete their roster in the 2022 NFL offseason.

Commanders Offseason Roster Moves

2. Beef up the secondary

Offense wins games but defense wins championships. That's the mantra the Commanders should follow right now with the state the roster is in. Washington is close to having the best defensive group in the NFC East and is only a few key pieces away from doing so. The secondary is lacking some talent and it's time the front office reels in a talented cornerback.

There aren't many exciting names in free agency, which means we could see the Commanders take a safety or cornerback in the draft. This year's class is loaded with talent in that position, which is great news for Washington. If they can snag one of these prospects early, this defense could shape up to be a dangerous unit next season.

With the 11th pick, it's not likely the Commanders take Sauce Gardner without trading up. Even so, there will be solid prospects available when Washington is up on the clock. Two players that stand out as possible options for this franchise are safety Kyle Hamilton and cornerback Trent McDuffie. If the front office can leave the first round with one of these two, then fans should feel confident about their team moving forward.

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1. Select an exciting wide receiver prospect in the NFL Draft

Although having Carson Wentz under center isn't exciting, Washington can generate a legitimate roster around him. Terry McLaurin has basically been by himself running routes and it's time this franchise finds him a sidekick. The Commanders missed out on most of the exciting free agents, so we should see the front office take a receiver early in the NFL Draft.

Luckily for this team, this year's draft class is loaded with talent. We have a lot of red zone threats in the draft his year, which is a perfect pairing for McLaurin. Hopefully, the Commanders pull the trigger on a wide receiver, as this offense could use the help in the passing game.

Although there could be a ton of wide receivers taken in the first round, Washington can still take a talented prospect in round two. We'll see how the NFL Draft plays out, but the Commanders have a chance to vastly improve the team this offseason. Look for the front office to select a wide receiver within the first three rounds of the draft.