Mike Shanahan has made many questionable decisions during his tenure with the organization, but the bottom line is he hasn’t won consistently enough to warrant another year on the job.
Santana Moss, Trent Williams, DeAngelo Hall, Trent Williams and Kory Lichtensteiger all voiced support for Mike Shanahan remaining the Redskins’ head coach.
Santana Moss didn’t waste any time, or spare any choice words, in summing up the Redskins’ 2013 season following their 20-6 season finale against the Giants.
For weeks it has been believed Sunday would be the final game Mike Shanahan would coach for the Washington Redskins.
Not only will Washington finish in the division cellar for a franchise-record fifth time in six seasons, it’s doing so in the NFC East, the second-worst of the NFL’s eight quartets. Only the absolutely awful AFC North, whose four teams are a staggering 16 games under .500, is worse than the NFC East, which is eight games below even.
The Washington Redskins have reached the point where they’re thankful for the smallest of mercies.
What’s the best way sort through all the reports being leaked from the Redskins’ locker room, to determine the source? Let’s ask one of the best – Mike Jones of the Washington Post – for advice on how to track down the culprit.
London Fletcher issued a call to Dan Snyder and Mike Shanahan to hash things while announcing his retirement, likely to take place following the 2013 season, on Wednesday.
If Kirk Cousins plays well enough the Redskins could easily get a high-round draft pick or find themselves with a new franchise quarterback. Right?! Hold the phone.
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan says he has no plans to resign.