By Adam DobrowolskiCold, Hard Football Facts Diagnostician
Another year, another disaster in the Daniel Snyder Era. Second-year head coach Mike Shanahan decided it was fine to star the year with a quarterback battle between Rex Grossman and John Beck. Meanwhile, the team had no true defensive line studs to recover from the Albert Haynesworth debacle.
Sure, the team started 2-0 and 3-1. However, that’s a staple of a Shanahan coached team, and it rarely works out in his favor. The Redskins offense predictably collapsed, and the team finished an uninspiring 5-11 on the season.
The 2011 season did nothing more than add to the frustration for a fanbase that hasn’t seen a Redskins team win more than 10 games since 1991, a full two-decade span. Yikes.
Along the way, Daniel Snyder continues to look like a clueless owner, and the recent trade up to the second overall spot in the 2012 NFL Draft led to the acquistion of super-prospect QB Robert Griffin III, but did little to relieve th...