Danny Being Danny
You've heard the talk. We've all heard the talk. That the Redskins sign free agents primarily to sell their jerseys. That the Redskins will charge premium prices for Archuleta chaff. That a trip to FedEx is like a trip to the mall, except the Dippin' Dots cost more and you'll probably step in urine.
But why does this slander persist? Why, oh why, do cynics constantly accuse the Redskins of worrying more about selling jerseys than winning games? Why is it that not one person would even shrug in surprise if the team decided to run a ridiculous promotion featuring jerseys of one-and-done players who cost the team valuable draft picks for virtually no return, offering these less-than-worthless shirts as incentive to get sub-zero-on-the-Wonderlic fans to buy the NEW jerseys of NEW free agent signees who have won as many playoff games as that one-and-done star in this town? And why do they make me write such long, incomprehensible sentences?
I just don't know. I just don't get it. Some people will see whatever they want to see, I guess.
(Via Mister Irrelevant. )
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