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The Redskins’ Football Fantasies
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There is virtually nothing I can add to Steve Largent’s take on the Redskins’ woes:

The formula that the Redskin owner and the Redskin general manager have for producing a winner on the field is not a winning formula, meaning that they can’t make all the decisions on the coaches and on the personnel and then hire some guy off the street to be the head coach and win with what they put on the field, because it doesn’t work. And that has been proven for 10 years in a row. … So the failure of the Redskins is not about Jim Zorn. The failure of the Redskins starts above him, above his level.

As for the Redskins’ new offensive consultant handling the play calling, Largent says this: “To think that you can bring a guy in from a retirement center, who is pulling out ping-pong balls in the Bingo games — and literally, that’s what he was doing in Detroit — bring him down here for two weeks and say, ‘You are going to call the plays for the next game against the Philadelphia Eagles, a division opponent, on Monday Night Football,’ and think that that’s going to be successful, that’s a joke. That is really a joke.”

This what happens when you don’t understand that you are not supposed to be putting together a fantasy football team but a real one.

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