Who’s To Blame In Washington?

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Published: September 27, 2009

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... Dallas, New Orleans and San Diego further down the slate.

It wasn’t supposed to go like this.

When the Washington Redskins lost to the Detroit Lions this afternoon, it marked the beginning of the end of not only the 2009 season, but the Jim Zorn era in Washington.

Is this Jim Zorn’s fault? Is it Jason Campbell’s?

No. Well, not really.

It all starts at the top.

Flashback to January 2008

When Coach Gibbs decided to return to the Redskins in 2004 after a 12 year layoff, the Hall of Fame coach had one goal in mind: to bring the team back to its winning ways, and put them in the perennial hunt for the Super Bowl championship.

Gibbs resigned after four mediocre and difficult seasons, but with two trips to the playoffs under his belt.

When Gibbs left, he left the following:

Defensive Coordinator/Head Coach in Waiting Gregg Williams.
Williams signed on with the te...

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