I wonder why more people don't bring up Vinny Cerrato's employment. In the offseason, the Redskins internally decided the offensive line was the reason for their 2-6 slide at the end of 2008. The fact that Zorn had to stand in front of the media gathering at his postgame news conference Sunday and actually admit that Jason Campbell was not allowed to execute any slow-developing plays because his quarterback would be leveled or hurt tells you everything you need to know.

The ball is in your court FANS. It's in our court to start the process of change. This city and its fans can start up the road to earning and deserving championship caliber teams. One team in town has done it and look at how we are excited about them. This is not far fetched that us--you the fan--have that type of power, because you do....

It starts not only with the players and the coaches. It starts with the ownership. They bring everybody in, and they've got last say-so of everything, so that's where it starts, I guess.

The Redskins have never had much sense of timing during the Dan Snyder years. They either do things too early or too late - one of the marks of a mismanaged franchise.

Is Jon Gruden or Bill Cowher truly deeply enough in denial to believe he can ... make a patchwork, Band-Aid offensive line that Vinny Cerrato, Washington's executive vice president of football operations, forgot to fix in the offseason somehow mow down a team that finished 30th [Carolina] against the run? That line on Sunday featured a right guard who had not started an NFL game since 2005 and another who had not played a regular season down since 2007.