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The sad part is that Snyder won't do a thing about it!. Is that doom and gloom Mike? Or is it just a cold, hard reality?
 

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Actually, Riggo didn't directly mention Snyder at all-he reserved his comments for Cerrato and Zorn-in which he expressed the needs for both a skilled GM and experienced HC. What may transpire along those two fronts remains to be seen, although the coaching change seems to be developing at warp-speed.

The GM change?-well, that will say a lot-both if it happens, and if it does not.
 

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Wish Snyder would listen to Riggo. The guy has forgot more about football then Snyder or Cerrato will ever know.
 

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do you think if we got rid of snyder and brought in a new GM and HC the heat would be taken off him?
Not at first. The media would be waiting for Snyder to get involved again. It would take a two or three years of hands off before perception changes.
 

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do you think if we got rid of snyder and brought in a new GM and HC the heat would be taken off him?
I'm not real sure who you're referring to as "him" here. But if I understand the gist of your question-my honest answer is that the ultimate fire extinguisher for the firestorm of criticism will be team performance on the field and pretty much nothing else. There will probably be a general expression of relief if Cerrato's job is taken over by a GM with a visible track record of previous success-as there will be when Zorn's replacement comes on board. The criticism of Snyder will noticeably reduce upon these two events but the fans/media/other observers will watch closely for signs of improvement in the team's performance-if, for example, the Skins are 11-5 and in the playoffs by the 2011 season-criticism will be hard to find.
 

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