So who saw that coming? Just a few days ago, the Washington Football Team had lost four straight, was last in the NFL in passing defense, and was due to face none other than Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Not a lot of room for hope, right?

Well, if Sunday’s 29-19 upset of the Bucs didn’t completely turn the season around, at the very least it provided a blueprint for what Washington can be when clicking on all cylinders. With that context, we brought in Nicki Jhabvala, our lead WFT beat writer, to help answer all your questions — about Chase Young’s injury, Taylor Heinicke’s future and Ron Rivera’s leadership.

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Tramel Raggs, a sports reporter for The Post, produced this Q&A.