Dear Washington Redskins Fans...

Todd MorseAnalyst ISeptember 5, 2008

I saw the game last night against the Giants. Yikes. My condolences. 

I'm here to tell you it isn't going to get any better. The team looks bad. Really bad. The Redskins are in bad shape, and it's strange I didn't see it coming. 

Jason Campbell was going to be good, remember? I've been told that a lot of times. He won't be. I saw him play Doug Flutie football—enough to give hope to fans that the team might be alright, but mostly panicy, check down to the running back, throw for seven when you need 11 football. 

He can't throw, and he has no confidence. The system was bad, too, which can't help him. Calling it conservative is like calling Britney Spears crazy; it doesn't do it justice. 2:30 left, 3rd-and-15, and there are two RBs and a TE in the set?  Didn't the team just spend draft picks on a bunch of WRs? Where were they? 

I've seen Jim Zorn, too. We're on our third version in a row of him here in Buffalo. We even have one in common, in Gregg Williams. He probably would have at least aired it out. 

People once criticized Dan Snyder for wanting to be too involved in the team. He needs to care again if the Redskins are going to be relevant. 

Good luck.