Where There's a Will ...
We're a little more than 24 hours away from the announcement of the schedule. Can anyone explain why this day isn't a national holiday? It might even knock Imus off the news for a little while....
In the meantime, I present Will Weatherly, a long-time Redskins fan who has given us a provocative guest blog on Joe Gibbs:
Most of us revere Joe Gibbs for the amazing run he had the first time around.
I'm curious to know how many think he can get it done this time. Here are some general observations I've made over the past three seasons.
Gibbs seems not to know what he wants, doesn't seem to trust his instincts as much as he did in the first era. Why would one of the brightest minds ever to coach the game give up running his offense?
And how many times will we lose a game where we throw the ball 30 plus times only to hear Joe say in his presser that we have to get back to "Redskins football?"
I'm sure the step back in '06 has a ton do with how I feel. If the Skins had been competitive, as so many of us figured they would be, I'd still be in Gibbs' corner.
I totally respect the man for what he's done, and for who he is, but this time around, I swear, to me he looks lost. I don't have confidence in his decision making.
Love to hear the thoughts of the most faithful fans of the greatest team on Earth.
By the way, I've been a Skins fan for over 50 years and will bleed burgundy and gold 'til I go to that big luxury box in the sky.
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