by Chuck Carroll
Mike Shanahan (credit: Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Mike Shanahan (credit: Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

LANHAM, Md. (CBSDC) — The winds of change appear to be blowing toward Ashburn.

Solomon Wilcots, who called Washington’s lopsided loss to the Kansas City Chiefs with Kevin Harlan on CBS, thinks the Redskins are destined to soon undergo a “huge house cleaning.”

Wilcots said Sunday’s game, the least attended regular season game in the history of FedEx Field, was an eye-opening experience.

Following the game Mike Shanahan accepted full responsibility for the loss and said he did not get the players properly prepared during the week.

The players say they still like and respect the coach who is rumored to have already threatened to leave the organization once.

But during an appearance on ‘The Holden and Danny Show’ on 106.7 The Fan, Wilcots had an interesting take on the players’ assessment.

” ‘Like’ is a relative word,” he said. ” ‘Like’ is sort of a passive way of saying ‘Okay, it’s acceptable.’ But I didn’t see any passion out there. I didn’t see a lot of great energy. I just didn’t.”

Click ‘play’ below to listen to the interview.


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