For Jim Zorn and Jason Campbell, It’s a Make-or-Break Year


Published: April 12, 2009

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... Snyder’s blueprint isn’t one many teams would want to follow.

Since Snyder took over the Washington Redskins in 1998, he has brought in a variety of big name players. Most of these players were huge busts either because they were past their primes or didn’t fit the system.

And the results with these teams tell the whole story. Just three playoff appearances in 11 years and just two playoff wins. Throw in five coaches (not counting interim Terry Robiskie) and Snyder hasn’t really made the 'Skins a picture of stability.

Draft picks are few and far between, and so is production from overpaid stars. On and off the field the 'Skins are a bumbling, stumbling mess.

Still Snyder reels most Redskin fans in each offseason by inking top players to big deals. He gives fans the hype and it keeps them wrapped around his finger. It’s a good business trick, but it’s not a really a tip that many would give to a franchi...

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