Found January 12, 2013 on isportsweb.com:
In the past, it has seemed as though the only way to deal with the Washington Redskins was to pick someone, or something, to direct your anger at and blame for why the team wasn’t able to find success. Likewise, there have always been easy scapegoats, deserving or not, readily available. Often times the quarterback serves this purpose, with some more deserving than others. The offensive line has taken its share of heat as well. The coaches haven’t been spared either. And throughout that entire time, Dan Snyder made a seemingly appropriate target of fans frustration and blame. Mike Shanahan and RGIII both deserve praise for an incredible season   This year the Redskins have made it difficult for us. Dan Snyder, whether people want to believe it or not, has done a fantastic job of stepping back and giving the coaches the power and control they need to build a good team, as opposed to simply a profitable franchise. He is no longer, as someone put it, trying to fly his private jet onto ...
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