REDALERT Posted October 8, 2009 Share Posted October 8, 2009 And IMO, my answer would be h@ll to the no. Look! This is the NFL where the main objective is to produce and get better. So, if things are looking pathetic and there doesn't seem to be any light at the end of the tunnel, I say you abort. After reading alot of articles about this being the end for Jim Zorn, you have to wonder, is it really? And if so, then so be it. Sure, I understand making the change at the end of the season would be the most respectable way. But c'mon. We are terrible right now and I frankly don't see anything getting any better. I know it sounds like I'm preaching for the dismissal of Zorn but I'm not. What I'm saying is this. It seems like the entire coaching staff don't think that sh@t stink until you stick it up to they're noses and then they reply "It doesn't smell that bad". IMO, this type of non-sense carries over to the players, even though they can't really say much. What player or players do you know that's gonna come out and say the coaching staff stinks, really? Sure, you have a few knuckle heads in the league that probably would, but not hardly any on the redskins. But if I recall after reading an article about haynesworth talking to some other city media, he basically said "this ship is sinking slowly". All I'm saying is I'm not feeling sorry for Zorn or his feelings because they brought in another pair of eyes. And that goes for the entire coaching staff and/or players. I'm just tired of the coaches and the players wearing their feelings on they're sleeves because the fans BOO or the FO feel we need some help with the offense. What do they expect, for the dearly beloved fans to cheer when they look miserable against the worst teams in the entire league. Sure, I understand eveyone's not to thrilled about Snyder or Cerrato. But to say that they don't try to put a descent team together to be competitive is non-sense. Sure, they may lack in a few areas. But most fans in other cities would be thrilled about an owner that spends money to try and make the team better. Again, sometimes it may be the wrong players or position, but atleast he tries. And from all the money he spends, the fans spend and the rich history of the franchise. We as fans don't expect any thing less then atleast a competitive team, not some low bottom line whiners because the fans are booing or the coaches are being questioned. What I'd rather see is a team like this years Redskins understand how the fans feel as well as the FO about it's performance on the field rather then being in denial. And this goes for the coaches as well. Because if you're a coach and don't recognize the state of your teams performance against bottom dwellers. Then more than likely they're in denial also about they're limitations in this league and what positive criticism is all about. So, at this point, the new set of eyes can only help because you can't get any worser on offense IMO. And if they can't accept that, then good riddance and that's how ever you won't the door to hit you on your way out. HAIL.. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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