When Hall of Fame coach, Joe Gibbs, retired from the Washington Redskins for the second time, Redskins owner, Daniel Snyder went on a hunt to find Gibb’s replacement. In doing so, Snyder began to hire assistants for whomever he would hire as the new head coach. That right there should have been the tell tale sign that trouble was brewing in D.C. Throughout his search; Snyder hired Jim Zorn to be the Redskins offensive coordinator. Two weeks after receiving the offensive coordinator job, Snyder hired Zorn to be the head coach of the ‘Skins. Talk about a promotion.
In his first year, 2008, Zorn’s record was 8-8 as a head coach. Not bad, considering this was his first NFL head-coaching gig and it was in a very competitive NFC East. Now, in his second year as head coach, 2009, Zorn’s record is 2-4 and the word on the street is that his head-coaching career is in jeopardy
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