As far as clown shows go, Steve Spurrier and the rest of the red-nosed gang are one of the best.
A team in the throes of self-destructing is rarely this entertaining.
If you live by the false start, you die by it.
“We are what we are,” the outgoing coach says.
That is one signal to raise the white flag. There are plenty of others.
Bruce Smith, Dead Man Rushing, has decided it is time to be “a little selfish,” with Reggie White’s sack record seemingly on eternal hold. At his interminable pace, Smith may need a couple of more seasons to overtake White.
As usual, the national press is more hip to the clown show than those who must coexist with this frazzled football operation.
Cris Collinsworth, the announcer who ripped the Redskins the most during the telecast Sunday, flirted with a piling-on penalty. In his defense, he left the team’s water boys out of his lengthy list of indictments.
Jerry Rhome, hopefully, is available to consult with quarterback Patrick Ramsey this week, following up on Joe Bugel’s visit.
As the leading victim of the chuck-and-duck offensive scheme, Ramsey should be outfitted in an armored suit. If not, a season-ending injury is possibly just up ahead.
If Ramsey is the future of the franchise, the outgoing coach and the owner/general manager have a funny way of protecting the future.
Ramsey is consigned to the fetal position, with a stretcher available, if necessary.
The premium on his health plan goes up by the week.
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