that's the point I'm getting at.In general i agree its a surprise we aren't turning over nearly all the coaches...
I think, and believe, Gruden has whatever "it" happens to be - to be successful.
but keeping all these other coaches? Shanahans may have overwhelmingly been responsible for the final report card. but it takes a credulity that defies understanding to accept the argument that the Shanahan's were also responsible for the slovenly execution of fundamentals and lack of focus. that gets down to the coordinators and position coaches. it's not that these cats aren't good coaches - it's that the damn players didn't listen to them. they had little impact! management needs to figure out why. instead, what I see is an Allen TB magical mystery tour unfolding with the old boy network working over time.
it's early. nothing has happened on the field or the locker room. no one knows how this will play out. but common sense does intrude now and then. I'm keeping positive - and hoping like hell Allen isn't another screw-up stumbling through his football life. let's restock the o-line; find a cb, safety and NT.....and take it from there.
Good luck Jay!!! You mentioned in one interview I saw that you had received over 300 e-mails within a day of being hired from coaching prospects. how much time did you really spend combing this list for the best and the brightest? two things about Redskin fans: we want a winner; we detest being BS'ed and will exact a pound of flesh should we find that to be the case. make your decisions wisely......new guy.
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