Top 10 Reasons Why Jim Zorn Should Remain Washington Redskins' Coach

Anthony Brown@SkinsHogHeavenCorrespondent ISeptember 23, 2009

LANDOVER, MD - SEPTEMBER 20:  Head coach Jim Zorn of the Washington Redskins exhales as his team runs out the clock against the St. Louis Rams during their game on September 20, 2009 at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.  The Redskins defeated the Rams by a score of 9-7.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

10. Jim Zorn's initials are JZ which is the same as Jay-Z, who is married to Beyonce. This makes Zorn "Destiny's Child." That's how you like it, people. You know you do.

9. Kanye West says Jim Zorn makes the best game tapes and deserves to stay.

8. When Sonny Jurgensen questions Zorn's game calling ability, he's lying.

7. Back in '64, this town wanted to fire coach Abraham Lincoln. He would go on to win big.

6. Please, not another reset to zero.

5. Obama says no, we can't. The country can't stand more unemployment.

4. The Snyder Curse. Daniel Snyder hires the best people. Then he fires them. They go on to coach other teams that come back to beat the Redskins.

3. Zorn would go, but Cerrato would stay. Anyone have issues with that?

2. Dim-wits who pay $65 to $400 per seat to see a game should not be making coaching calls.

And reason No. 1...

You really want Daniel Snyder to pick another head coach?

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