Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan says he has no plans to resign.
How bad is it for the Washington Redskins? Well, it’s worse than the Jim Zorn era according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
The Washington Redskins had nothing to loose when Mike Shanahan decided to roll the dice and go for two and the win Sunday in Atlanta. Like much of the season, the decision didn’t work out.
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Pierre Garcon and Mike Shanahan believe Kirk Cousins did a fine job in place of an inactive Robert Griffin III.
Jason La Canfora reports, citing current and former members of the Redskins organization, that Kyle Shanahan has been behind the coaching decisions in Washington, not Mike.
Bart Scott ripped Mike Shanahan on Sunday, calling him a dinosaur who’s going to find himself out of the league like Billick, Green, Gruden, Cowher, Fassel, Schottenheimer, and Fontes.
Mike Shanahan has no plans to resign as head coach of the Washington Redskins.
Joe Theismann is one of the few former Redskins still with close ties to the organization who believes Mike Shanahan should still be the head coach in 2014, or at least who’s been vocal about it.
Listen to a delusional Redskins fan call into the Lavar and Dukes Show on 106.7 The Fan, and try to dismiss the potential of a quarterback controversy, then has to have it explained to him that the starting quarterback has already been benched for the backup.