Is the root of the Problem at the Top for the Redskins?

ROB YOUNG SRContributor IApril 30, 2009

CHARLOTTE, NC - AUGUST 23:  Owner Dan Snyder of the Washington Redskins speaks with Jason Campbell #17 of the Washington Redskins before the NFL preseason game against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on August 23, 2008 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images)

Time moving forward and change occurring is inevitable it is only the results of that change that we can have some effect on base on our actions.

Daniel Snyder and Washington Redskins organization have been seemingly stuck on stupid in the eyes of many for quite some time now. Most recently the situation involving QB Jason Campbell is the latest confusing development.

The official statements out of Redskins Park have been it is our intention to build stability and Campbell is and always has been our starter. If that's true what where there intentions when they joined the Jay Cutler sweepstakes?

Then just barely a month later they put on the full-court press to acquire Mark Sanchez in the draft. Now how exactly does this strengthen Campbell's confidence or help to promote stability?

Now everything being heard locally so far says that Jim Zorn is comfortable with Campbell as his starter. It's is being reported that owner Daniel Snyder that is on a mission to find the next Redskins Quarterback.

Now the question that I don't believe Mr. Snyder is being made aware of is "what does this do to his head coach and his relationship with his QB?" And to go a little deeper what does it mean for Zorn?

It is widely believed that Zorn and Campbell's futures are tied to each other. So what does this do for stability? They now have to hope Campbell uses what has happened as fuel for his desire to have a solid season and not have a Cutler type meltdown.

There is a saying that "crap rolls downhill" well it looks like Snyder has that monopolized in Washington...