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Old 10-21-2009, 04:40 PM   #1
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Steve Largent rips Snyder's handling of the team

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Old 10-21-2009, 04:48 PM   #2
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that'll get danny's attention. usually it's just media types that say that much
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Old 10-21-2009, 04:50 PM   #3
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I really don't think it was Snyder's decision to take away the play calling from Zorn.
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Old 10-21-2009, 04:57 PM   #4
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I don't think it was either. And Zorn's best friend coming to his defense I don't think is going to have much of an impact on Snyder. I mean what else should Largent say?
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Snyder and his butt boy are really getting ripped pretty bad this week. Steve Largent, Merril Hodge, John Cooke, Largent, Rich Gannon....I'm sure there are some more. We've seriously got a younger version of Al Davis running the team. You'd figure Snyder would get it after working w/ Gibbs for 4 years.
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Plus the second guessing is crappy. SL had the chance to say this situation was a disaster 2 years ago but he was happy enough to just sit down for interviews and talk about how great this all was going to be.
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Snyder and his butt boy are really getting ripped pretty bad this week. Steve Largent, Merril Hodge, John Cooke, Largent, Rich Gannon....I'm sure there are some more. We've seriously got a younger version of Al Davis running the team. You'd figure Snyder would get it after working w/ Gibbs for 4 years.
Hint: Gibbs was Danny's butt boy too. He didn't run things much more than Zorn does. Far too deferential.
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Old 10-21-2009, 05:13 PM   #8
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I think this is all beautiful of what is being said about Synder and Vinny - as many have pointed out that until the change is made at the GM level with Synder out of the football decision making process things are only going to get worse. It does not matter what coach you put in there the mentality of going the free agent route and not building through the draft is blowing up in Synders face and it serves him right for being a pompus ass and not accepting this reality.
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I really don't think it was Snyder's decision to take away the play calling from Zorn.
Perhaps he didn't dream up the idea, but he surely endorsed it.

"but they went to the point of pulling out his contract and saying, 'You have got to do whatever the owner tells you to do.' ...

This organization is out of control. It is amazing that as good a business man Snyder is, he can't see that this thing is spiraling beyond repair. Six head coaches and as many offensive schemes in ten years. All the big names, but never a solid plan for the future...now we have got to the point where the Bingo guy is calling the plays after being on board for two weeks...what a joke this franchise has become. I wouldn't be surprised if the players just quit on Monday night, and the stadium is empty by half time.

I'm almost embarrased to admit I'm a fan these days, and I honestly thought I would never say that.
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Snyder and his butt boy are really getting ripped pretty bad this week. Steve Largent, Merril Hodge, John Cooke, Largent, Rich Gannon....I'm sure there are some more. We've seriously got a younger version of Al Davis running the team. You'd figure Snyder would get it after working w/ Gibbs for 4 years.
Name one thing that Dan Snyder should have learned from Gibbs 2.0?
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Perhaps he didn't dream up the idea, but he surely endorsed it.

"but they went to the point of pulling out his contract and saying, 'You have got to do whatever the owner tells you to do.' ...

This organization is out of control. It is amazing that as good a business man Snyder is, he can't see that this thing is spiraling beyond repair. Six head coaches and as many offensive schemes in ten years. All the big names, but never a solid plan for the future...now we have got to the point where the Bingo guy is calling the plays after being on board for two weeks...what a joke this franchise has become. I wouldn't be surprised if the players just quit on Monday night, and the stadium is empty by half time.

I'm almost embarrased to admit I'm a fan these days, and I honestly thought I would never say that.
I almost feel the same way. This morning I went to put on a Redskins pullover because it is getting chilly outside and I hesitated. If I had something else that was clean, long sleeve, and not Redskins related, I would be wearing it right now. Technically I should be wearing a shirt and tie, but I haven't felt like dressing up lately.
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Perhaps he didn't dream up the idea, but he surely endorsed it.

"but they went to the point of pulling out his contract and saying, 'You have got to do whatever the owner tells you to do.' ...

This organization is out of control. It is amazing that as good a business man Snyder is, he can't see that this thing is spiraling beyond repair. Six head coaches and as many offensive schemes in ten years. All the big names, but never a solid plan for the future...now we have got to the point where the Bingo guy is calling the plays after being on board for two weeks...what a joke this franchise has become. I wouldn't be surprised if the players just quit on Monday night, and the stadium is empty by half time.

I'm almost embarrased to admit I'm a fan these days, and I honestly thought I would never say that.
I was thinking of that too, wondering who "they" were in that situation? Either way it sounds bad. Reminded me of what Larry Michael's said about Vinny, he has "zero" ability to build relationships w/people.
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Name one thing that Dan Snyder should have learned from Gibbs 2.0?
How to motivate men. How to lead men. How to empower assistants/subordinates and put them in a position to succeed.
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Hint: Gibbs was Danny's butt boy too. He didn't run things much more than Zorn does. Far too deferential.
Gibbs was deferential to Williams and Saunders. He entrusted the D to Williams and the O to Saunders. Both turned out to be poor talent evaluators and it cost the franchise dearly(Lloyd, ARE, Arch).
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