When a man witháa rÚsumÚ thatáincludes Super Bowl rings is plucked from his retired Bingo duties in Michigan to come back and call plays for aáhapless team, drastic changes can't be made overnight. As bright a mind as Sherman Lewis, 67, has possessedáin helping to call plays for NFL legends like Roger Craig, Tom Rathman,áJerry Rice, Joe Montana, and Brett Favre, there's no way he can immediatelyáhelp improve a depth-less roster that he has had no hand in arranging. In order to get things done correctly, I'd assume that Lewis would have to call his own plays andáuse terminology and schemes that worked for him in the past.áTo me,áthat could confuse even the smartest of veterans on the Washington Redskins, who were getting used to the playbook jargon of Jim Zorn, and before that, A ...
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