So Dan Snyder apologized to the fans for the Redskins play.
I'm so glad.
You'd think he'd actually notice that he's a big part of the problem. But in his statement, there was no personal apology or explanation on what he did wrong.
Then again, you can't blame him. He's a multi-billionaire, with a good looking wife and a nice house. Why should he admit that he's incompetent.
It is his team, after all. Isn't it?
This makes me wonder if he's really entitled to controlling the entire way the franchise is run. Don't get me wrong, but since when has Snyder been a football brain?
There are several ways to see this. His extremely short leash on coaches, questionable free agent signings, all point to the fact that he may not know what he's gotten into.
It makes one wonder if he really knows what he did when he bought the Redskins.