Washington Redskins: New Coach, New Quarterback, Same Result

November 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Yesterday afternoon, my anger began to boil over as I watched my team, a team that is 2-0 in the NFC East and stayed punch for punch with Super Bowl contenders like the Indianapolis Colts and the Green Bay Packers, fall once again to the Detroit Lions.
Even though these same Lions beat the Redskins last year, we all told ourselves, "Well that was the Jim Zorn coached Redskins, no way the Mike Shanahan coached Redskins will suffer the same fate."
Um, I guess we were all wrong.
But here we are going into the bye-week at 4-4, which most seasons would depress me, but given that the New York Giants are only two games up on us at 5-2, it isn't catastrophic, especially since we still have to play them twice.
Though after watching our offensive line make the Lions' front four look like the '85 Bears I can't think of any way the Redskins will win either of those games.
A lot of people keep chiming in that this is a perfect time for a bye-week, you know, to get players h...

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