"There's enough blame to go around, but let's start at the top with the owner, Dan Snyder, because he thinks you can win the Super Bowl by spending the most money the first day of free agency, and that's never worked," Sharpe said Sunday. "Then you have Vinny Cerrato. He has a situation where he has a radio show. I don't think a player personnel or general manager should talk about the inner workings of what's happening in the organization.
"This is the two-minute warning," eventually came the words over the public address system. For what? Word that Jim Zorn is no longer coach? Or, in a just world, that Vinny Cerrato, the man who hired him, would be fired first? Or in our fantasies that owner Daniel Snyder would say, "This is more my fault than anybody's," and take responsibility for the whole micro-mismanaging Redskins mess of the last 10 years?
We make a mistake when we try to impose rational thought on the Washington Redskins management. An old adage says that you can't reason someone out of a position they didn't reason themselves into.
Zorn told a roomful of reporters that he spoke briefly with team owner Daniel Snyder following Sunday's loss. "I'll be spending a lot of time with him as we go along this week," Zorn said. "No question."
Asked how much he spoke with Lewis before the job was offered, Zorn said, "Zero."