In the richest sports league, an egotistic owner by the name of Dan Snyder purchased a franchise in the NFL. I tip my hat off to him, having the proper necessities to own a franchise, since purchasing the Washington Redskins 10 years ago.

But recently, in fact, a few years ago, I have put my thumbs down and quickly watched the richest franchise in the league deteriorate.

Like most people, grasping an understanding Snyder is heedless about winning and operates his chaotic business strictly for profit, describes an egotistic and greedy buffoon who doesn’t have the audacity to bypass the reprehensibility and mortification of dismantling achievements.

At the largest stadium in the league, where Redskins' faithful appear on Sunday afternoons wearing pig noses to show fan appreciate as if they are goofy like Snyder, who celebrates on the sideline with a victory, the average Redskins’ loyalist is worn down of all the misery toppling richest and unprecedented talent.

Flamboyant spending doesn’t ensure championships, but operating a workable business ensures prosperity. Snyder hasn’t learned he’s not getting anything for flashing his large bucks, but of course, squandering huge dollars is an impressive modus and hasn’t gotten the franchise anywhere.

Instead, in recent years, the Redskins have experienced either early playoff exists or missed the postseason. So, I guess we can dismiss the fact that a troubled Washington will miss the postseason. It’s an embattled team in disarray as Snyder's credibility is persistently declining, and drawing more media attention. These days, the local media is ridiculing, making sarcastic remarks and giving advice on brilliant ways to run his franchise.

In the last three seasons, the Redskins have ridiculously wasted more than $100 million in players and salaries. That’s very staggering and idiotic when Snyder has nothing to show for it. In the midst of shambles, he should be classified as the biggest idiot and the worst owner in sports, clearly letting down his entire coaching staff and roster.

Most of the players remain furious of the dysfunctional season, in which some called out Snyder expressing their point of views and have every right to state their views. His horrendous track record speaks for itself, owning a 2-3 playoff record and had five coaches in the last five seasons.

Some hold coach Jim Zorn liable for the Redskins failures, but remember, a desperate Snyder trusted and brought him in, confident he could be a remedy for all disoriented mediocrity. As Joe Gibbs' successor, Zorn was promoted from offensive coordinator to head coach.

Maybe he was hired for his ingenious West Coast offensive schemes, which was originally effective for Jason Campbell, a struggling quarterback who was yanked against the Kansas City Chiefs and replaced by 37-year-old Todd Collins.

But turning Zorn into a full-time head coach was a mistake.

Snyder had numerous opportunities to bring in former guru Jim Fassel, who Redskins fans were greatly imploring to fill the coaching vacancy. Worst, Zorn was stripped of his specialty in calling offensive plays and replaced by the 67-year-old Sherm Lewis, who before was contacted by the Redskins, called bingo games at a senior citizen center in Michigan.

That could be the reason Steve Spagnuolo rebuffed interest when Snyder offered the coaching job immediately following the Giants incredible Super Bowl victory. According to the Redskins’ Vinny Cerrato, the vice president of football operations, Zorn will not be fired during the season when he addressed the issue on ESPN 980 in Washington.

“Jim Zorn is the head coach of the Washington Redskins and will be for the rest of this season, and hopefully into the future", said Cerrato.

See, Cerrato is fearful of his job security, knowing if Zorn gets fired, he’s likely out the door as well. It will be very interesting to see if Snyder does actually retain Zorn at the end of the season. Perhaps, moving on to the next head coach is a satisfying idea.

Following this season, a number of coaches are worth targeting in the midst of their exploration for the next coach to clean up turbulence before issues become worst. Jon Gruden is an excellent candidate who now sits in the press box calling Monday Night Football. His defensive philosophy will be a nice addition for influencing toughness.

Sitting on his couch and relishing intermission, until he receives a phone call is Mike Shanahan, who’s probably a favorable target and willing to take on the challenge. Most are familiar with Mike Holmgren’s coaching principles, and he might be the right coach of refurbishing an insubstantial organization.

However, it would still be difficult with a stubborn-minded owner who’s an absolute joke. In sports, Snyder is the most polarizing owner, turning the Redskins into an annoying sporting soap opera and is now the worst-operated franchise ever. Pathetically, we are burned out of the negativity, and should come to the conclusion Snyder is strictly in the business for greed and ego.

Point is, the greedy and so-called businessman couldn’t care less about winning a title, but cares only about investing billions. Truth is, money is the root of all evil, which has now led to other disturbing issues and could divide a team.

Prolific running back Clinton Portis and Mike Sellers had to be separated in the locker room for a verbal altercation, which was evidence for root of all evil. Instead of focusing on money, I think it’s time Snyder gets a grip on his franchise, and bring in a fitted coaching staff and proper players to make a run at the Super Bowl.

Until then, the Redskins are the biggest joke in football, and are committed to failure. If they expect to win ever again, Snyder will have to start putting aside greed and ego.

Folks, near the nation’s capital, it’s just that simple.


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