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Zorn Is Horrible, Fire Him Synder

Redskins Head Coach Is Not Ready

Redskins Head Coach Is Not Ready

The Washington Redskins are one of the most beloved franchises in the National Football League. Today, they are the joke of the league because of one man… Head Coach Jim Zorn.  He has coached just 22 games as the Skins Head Coach, but he has already cemented his place as the worse coach in team history.

After yesterday’s loss to winless Kansas City, Zorn was stripped of his play calling duties of the team. Just fire him Synder and move on.

Read NFL insider Matt Mosley’s take on the disaster in DC.

One response

  1. Debra Berry

    The Washington Redskins became a joke long before Jim Zorn was hired. Look at the ownership and the front office; then you will know what the problem is. Dan Snyder should fire himself or hire somebody to run his team the right way instead of hiring a head coach with no experience and then blaming him for the team not winning. Dan Snyder is to the Redskins what Tod Leiweke is to the Seahawks—an incompetent who should let sports people run sports programs

    Jim Zorn should never have taken on the head coaching job because he’s not ready to be a head coach or an offensive coordinator. He simply doesn’t have play-calling experience and needs to be working for an organization that is going to support him and help him learn. I admire him for trying, but Jim Zorn was in way over his head. I’m hoping he comes back to the west coast; he’s one of our guys and we appreciate him.

    January 17, 2010 at 9:52 pm

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