Sounds about right, IMO. The Redskins are not the divisions most talented team, but they may be the toughest, and perhaps the best coached.
We all have gone over many times the level of talent on this team at certain spots, but they do have a good coaching staff and it is showing up in the wins.
Although four of the five games have come down to the final play, you could argue almost that under previous coaching staffs, they would not have even been in the game in the 4th quarter.
The coaches are doing what they can with the limited talent they have at certain spots (interior line, wide receiver, defensive line) and showcasing the teams strengths (QB, outside linebacker, TE, punt returner). Sounds like a simple thing that any coach would do, but we know that has not been the case in Washington over the last few years.
The coaching for the most part is what has excited me because after (potentially) a few good offseasons, this team may not only be a well coached team, but a far younger and more talented team as a whole. Shanahan will continue to covet players (whether role player or stud) who fit the scheme and that is a plus.
All you can hope for is the opportunity for them to build this thing up.