Yeah, I can't argue with this either Mike. However, I think many of us touched on this idea in theI won't dog this. I am glad to see them approach this problem, admit it is a problem and try to do something to fix the problem. Bringing this guy in could help out a lot if he can diagnose and help get us going in the right direction.
is there a chance he is just in here to try and set things up for Holmgren to come in next year? Like get Zorn to tell him who is good, what works, and then demote himself to stay on staff next year?
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If it's an uncapped year nexxt year, danny will go after Favre. Book it. "Cause he's, you know, cool and all. And we'll need a QB by then. And I'm sure for 80 million for one year, Bret can be persuaded.I think Favre will finally retire long before Vinny ever gets pushed out.
Heck, we'll see Gibbs 3.0 probably before that
So what if Sherm comes to the conclusion that the playbook is fine, and other than a handful of questionable decisions the playcalling has been fine, and that the problem with the Redskins isn't the coach he's been brought in to evaluate but the personnel that his new employer has assembled?
Like any good consultant in the business world, he's going to assess what his paycheck-signer wants to hear and tell him that. Not that his paycheck-signer is the problem that needs fixing. "Thanks for the work, but you need to go, boss."
Well, it gave us something new to talk about, presumably other fans as well-thus redirecting the heat elsewhere.So my question is: How much does the Lewis hire distract the Redskins (players and coaches) from focusing and preparing for the game against Carolina this weekend?