It is well documented that the Redskins have just completed the softest six-game start to a season in the history of the NFL. In the process, they handed four teams their first wins of the season, and only New York has managed to add more than one more. Something is wrong in Washington. The finger pointing rages on as the coaches and players struggle to fix the innumerable problems plaguing this team. While the real problem is still "unknown," Jim Zorn is taking the brunt of the blame. Following the loss to Kansas City, Jim Zorn was stripped of his offensive play-calling duties and pushed ever closer to the door. Resident senior citizen Sherman Lewis will take over for the offense effective immediately. All of this being said, the coaches are only able to do so much with the players on th ...
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