Mike Shanahan was once a great coach.
Upon taking over for the Broncos in 1995, led by John Elway and Terrell Davis, the team won two Super Bowls. After the two play-makers retired, Shanahan continued to lead the team to multiple 10-win seasons and playoff appearances, and was seemingly able to turn any running back into a 1,000-yard rusher.
However, the NFL is the league where the motto is "what have you done for me lately?" As a result, Shanahan has went from a coach who everyone seemed to want after the 2008 season to a coach who can't get it done in one season, and from that to an embarrassment over the past month.
Due to all the trouble, Mike Shanahan needs to be led go, as he's incompatible with the Redskins; here are 10 reasons why.