Washington’s Fate Left in the Hands of McNabb’s Redskins

April 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Washington Redskins haven't won a Super Bowl in 18 years.
During the subsequent seasons, Washington only made four additional playoff appearances (last time in 2007), and hasn't won the NFC Championship since. 
After two disappointing seasons in 2008 and 2009, it's about time for the Redskins to become a threat in the NFL again.
Washington, D.C., needs a sports team that can compete. 
The Capitals are nearly there in the NHL, though they were just eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the first round.  This is in spite of having the highest-scoring offense in the league and the best regular season record.  The Wizards and Nationals have both performed badly in recent seasons as well.
With all of this disappointment, it's time for Washington to succeed in the NFL.
Daniel "Instant Gratification" Snyder has once again shuffled a coach with a Super Bowl or two under his belt into the Washington locker room.  Some hailed it as...

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