It’s getting late quickly for the Commanders, who find themselves alone in last place of the hottest division in the NFL. Staring up four flights of stairs from the cellar, this flawed club can’t just sit idle and hope for the best. Washington is the classic case of a team that probably would be selling off every hubcap if the trade deadline were later in the season. Even as it is, the Commanders should start compiling picks for next year’s reboot. Last week, NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapoport, Mike Garafolo and Tom Pelissero reported that CB William Jackson III wants a fresh start, preferably in a scheme that he views as a better fit for his skill set. Jackson has since denied that he wants out of Washington, but he should be on the block. RB Antonio Gibson has already fallen out of favor and could be a trade candidate. The biggest fish could be DT Daron Payne, who is in the final year of his contract. If the Commanders don’t believe they can bring him back, a contender could use an interior wrecker who already has 20 pressures this season, per PFF.