Yesterday Washington decided to end Jay Gruden’s days as their head coach.
I’ve called him mediocre in the past, but truly he was working with a bad set of cards (and he deserves another shot somewhere else down the line). Washington has been one of the most incompetent organizations since Dan Snyder bought the team in 1999, and that has been reflected by the product on the field.
They’ve had good players, they’ve had Hall of Fame coaches, but there is just a structural disharmony that exists, and has only gotten worse.
You can’t succeed under those circumstances. Continue reading “What’s Next in Washington?”