Toward the end of its funereal Redskins postgame show on Sunday, Comcast SportsNet showed this graphic. That’s tough. (Although, as noted, Jim Zorn was actually 12-20, not 10-22.)
And it brings to mind a discussion on ESPN’s pregame show Sunday morning.
“Fourteen years as the owner of the Washington Redskins; seven different head coaches,” Keyshawn Johnson began. “Fourteen seasons. That, tells me, I don’t care how smart and how much money he’s made; he made his money doing things other than owning a football team. So hire the right people to run your football program. Stop recycling the same guys over and over. You tried it all; the best in college football, guys that used to be hot in the NFL. Why don’t you try something new for a change and see if that works? See if hiring a new guy works.”