Redskins Hog Heaven closed our offseason break from football as a guest on All Purpose Roto's podcast focusing the Washington Redskins and the Baltimore Ravens. I was the Redskins expert, but you already guessed that.
The All Purpose Roto guys put the show in their audio vault on Blog Talk Radio. Click here for the link. Try not to laugh.
Don't have time to listen to the 15-minute segment? Here's the one thing I said worth remembering. To be considered a success by Redskins fans, Robert Griffin III just has to be better than Rex Grossman.
It's a low standard of achievement, a point we made on June 1. That just highlights how awful was Grossman's 2011 performance and how achievable for RG3 to beat it.
What we do not know is how that translates into wins. The Redskins averaged seven wins per season since 1992. The pressure on Mike Shanahan is based on his failure in two seasons to get seven wins from a seven-win team.
Coaches point to success by the third year of their leadership...