Washington Redskins: A Different Take on the Team’s Shortcomings

February 1, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the minds of the Washington Redskins faithful there is one person that deserves the full forces of the fans' fury for this team's ineptitude for the past decade-plus.
That man is owner Daniel Snyder. 
Sometimes Snyder gets to share the blame with former "yes man" Vinny Cerrato, but in the end Snyder hired him so the blame rests solely with the owner.
However, I've put some thought into what is wrong with the Redskins and blaming the owner just isn't enough.
After all, there have been some pretty bad owners who have had success.
For example Al Davis in Oakland, the Bidwells in Arizona, Malcolm Glazer in Tampa, and the man who is just as bad as Snyder—Jerry Jones.
In spite of three Lombardi trophies, Jones is a terrible owner and had the Minnesota Vikings not lost their minds in the that infamous trade for Hershel Walker, those Super Bowls might not have ever happened.
So there are bad owners who manage to reach the Super Bowl (or at ...

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