Quite the situation unfolding in Washington. Gruden doesn't want any part of RGIII going forward, and unless they reconcile, Gruden may be setting up a him or me situation.
Personally, I can't make up my mind. Gruden has the background I want in our next coach, and even has a year of seasoning under his belt now. What I can't decide however is if I think this whole situation shows great leadership or awful leadership.
Hard to say. How many coaches does RG3 get before he is the common denominator?
Not sure Gruden's personality would work here and if we are going with a younger or inexperienced HC I would prefer Gase.
FWIW I can see the Redskins trading up ahead of us to get a guy like Mariota.
Would prefer Gase too. As far as the Redskins trading up goes, I just can't see it happening after getting burned so hard on the RGIII deal so far. If I'm being honest with myself, Griffin gets one more year to prove his worth, especially if recent reports are true. Owners like Snyder spend way to much time trying to prove that they're crazy decisions were the right moves, no matter the cost. Think of Haynesworth. Obviously the financial situations were different because of Al's contract, but the cost of trading up was so damn high, I just cant see the organization cutting bait so quickly. Not saying that it would be the RIGHT choice, but definitely could see it being the choice they ultimately make.
Post by Frank Reynolds on Dec 7, 2014 20:27:34 GMT -5
I don't think he'd be the worst option. He's an offensive mind and wasn't afraid to bench both RG3 and Cousins. I'd be open to giving him a shot, but I'd be surprised if washington fired him after only one year.