Just because it didn’t happen after yesterday’s 45-10 humiliation by visiting Kansas City or today as the walking Deadskins began their preparations for Sunday’s next defeat at Atlanta, we all know Mike Shanahan is a goner in Ashburn.
Solomon Wilcots, who called the lopsided game with Kevin Harlan on CBS, thinks the Washington Redskins will soon undergo a ‘huge house cleaning.’
Mike Shanahan’s team has double digits in the loss column and he appears to be on his way out. But players say he hasn’t quit.
This was the worst effort in Mike Shanahan’s tenure with the Redskins, and if this was grade school the whole organization would receive a red “F.”
Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan did not deny a report that he was ready to quit after the 2012 season.
Robert Griffin III was pulled in favor of Kirk Cousins in a game that got so completely out of hand that Redskins fans began throwing snowballs at the visiting Kansas City Chiefs.
The Redskins were a team with nothing to play for, and they looked like it. Shanahan eventually pulled the plug on Griffin, inserting backup Kirk Cousins for the final quarter.
Mike Shanahan’s future with the Redskins was a hot topic with Shannon Sharpe and Boomer Esiason, prior to the team’s 45-10 loss to the Chiefs Sunday. That talk is likely to heat up afterward.
Mike Shanahan had cleaned out his office and was ready to leave the Washington Redskins at the conclusion of the 2012 season according to an ESPN report.
The saying goes that defense wins championships, but there is no more important relationship in sports than that of an NFL coach and his quarterback.