I'm going to say probably let the people who are in the offices, sitting in the meetings and etc decide. They probably know at least a little more then we do. and I'm sure I'll get a bunch of flack about "Ceratto not knowing anything" and stuff like that but something tells me they know a heck of a lot more about what is going on then we do.
Mike, I wasn't sure I had a handle on what your position was which is why I asked the question I did. Thanks for clarifying it.
I get that you perceive an unwarranted flood of excessively negative statements directed against the players, coaches, FO, Snyder, Cerrato...etc., and that you would be happier if the articles and posts did a better job of also mentioning what good things the Redskins have done.
I'm not going to try to change your view.
I do, however want to let you know that every NFL team is subject to the same thing-it isn't just the Redskins-even though I think you sometimes feel it is. I will also let you know that, and this is my opinion based on what I've read and heard, that this "flood" of negative comments will only subside under one set of circumstances-an 11+ win season and playoff appearance by the Skins. Nothing short of that will, I don't think, have enough of a soothing effect to cause the criticism to fade substantially.
Whatever decisions are made and implemented by the organization will be dissected and the only gauge of how good those decisions are-to the fans and media-will be the team's on-the-field-performance. I'm telling you this just so you don't raise your own expectations of how fans are going to-or "should" react-this is simply how they will
react. I know you're not comfortable with this, but, man, I'm afraid that's what's gonna be there until the team's performance gets better.