Washington Redskins: Building Without Building Blocks

December 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I said at the beginning of this year that I wouldn’t judge the Redskins on wins alone.  I was mostly going to see if I noticed a change for the better in general.  You know, better team organization and more discipline, but mostly better decision making from the front office or powers that be.
Sadly, I see that my beloved team is just as bad this year as they were last year. I say this because the first thing head coach Mike Shanahan did when he was hired was to alienate Jason Campbell and trade two high to mid-round draft picks for Donovan McNabb. Now, I personally think if Andy Reid (who was like a father to McNabb) was willing to trade him WITHIN the division, then that says enough right there. 
At the time I said we should have kept Campbell even if they didn’t want him because of his price tag and the funny free agency situation. Plus, I felt it didn’t matter who we had under center if we didn’t have a center. I thought we mi...

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