I think maybe we can all agree that Albert Haynesworth’s tenure in Washington wasn’t the most successful Washington tenure in the history of Washington tenures. Like, William Henry Harrison probably had a more successful Washington tenure. Sharon Pratt Kelly had a way more successful Washington tenure. Mike Bibby and Žydrūnas Ilgauskas had more successful Washington tenures.

So, while it might be hard to admit, if you were one of the guys who helped bring Haynesworth to Washington, maybe you could come out and say that it was a mistake, one that would not be repeated.

Or not.

“What I want to know is after all that's gone down in Washington, if Cerrato has buyer’s remorse,” CBS Sports’s Clark Judge wrote this week.

“You know what I mean. After the body blows he absorbed ... and continues to absorb ... for signing Haynesworth, would he sign him again if the situation were the same?

Cerrato didn’t flinch.

‘If the Redskins were still playing a 4-3 I would,’ he said. ‘Under the circumstances, it made sense. But if I was running a strict 3-4, absolutely not.’ ”

Cerrato also said that the Redskins’ defensive struggles “changed when Albert was there,” and that “in his first year, he did what he was supposed to do.”

So I guess in a calm and sober analysis of the facts, maybe you do have to admit that hahahahahaha hahahahahahaha hahahahahaha hahahahahahaha hahahahahaha hahahahahah ahahahahahaha hold me someone hold me ahahahahahahahahahahaha.

(Via @HoldenRadio)