Danny Snyder Wants Chucky

October 13th, 2009

Joe has obviously heard of the Washington Post. Joe has also heard of the Washington Times.

Joe has not heard of the Washington Examiner. Someone there by the name of Rick Snider claims that Washington Redskins tyrant/owner Danny Snyder has already decided who will take the place of deadman walking (current for now) Redskins head coach Jim Zorn.


Sources close to Gruden say he’s interested in the Redskins because of Snyder’s free spending. Gruden felt undermined by Tampa Bay owners because they were $45 million under the salary cap in his final season. The NFL won’t have a salary cap next year, leaving Snyder to spend freely for the free agents that Gruden prefers.

The article also offers a serious caveat however, noting “Snyder has not contacted Gruden, say sources.”

That can be a major hangup.

The article also doesn’t use one named source, which is another major red flag.

Joe has noted before the Redskins would be a perfect fit for Chucky if not Dallass. Chucky needs a strong owner to put his foot down (just like Snyder and Dallass owner Jerry Jones). That written, both owners have a virtual open checkbook which would give Chucky a wet dream.

By the way, does anyone else find Chucky nauseating on BSPN? He’s perfect for the ADD crowd BSPN so covets. Everyone is “great.” Every play is “excellent.”

And the verbal fellatio Chucky gives movers and shakers in the NFL is beyond the pale. A couple of weeks ago Chucky did his best to coerce Jones into an interview the way he went on about Tony Romo.

Last night the way Chucky talked about Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum, one would have thought he’s the greatest front office man the NFL has ever seen.

Joe nearly fell off his leather couch when he heard Chucky talk about how well Bill Callahan relates to and coaches up players. Joe seems to recall Callahan had a near-mutiny on his hands at both Oakland and later Nebraska.

Joe also thought it was interesting the way Chucky talked up Jets running back Thomas Jones when it was Chucky who cut Jones from the Bucs years ago.

With Chucky in the booth for Monday Night Football, the BS meter is off the charts.

10 Responses to “Danny Snyder Wants Chucky”

  1. tj Says:

    wow you should stay with duimeg

  2. Paul Says:

    I remember that Thomas Jones was a free agent and then signed to play for the Bears instead of the Bucs. I remember that Gruden wanted to bring him back since all they have was Pittman and oft injured Allstott at the time. Jones was one of those Gruden/Allen picked up from the trash heap for a one year contract and played well that year. I don’t know that is how I remember it.

  3. bucsfanlostiniowa Says:

    sorry joe have to disagree with you I like gruden as an announcer

  4. Tom Says:

    Ya kinda screwed up there JoeBucsfan.

    Thomas Jones was acquired for 3rd round bust WR Marquise Walker. Played one season where he averaged a higher YPC than Pittman, became a free agent as his rookie deal expired and “hit the lottery” as I believe Chucky or Allen put it.

    That does not equal “cut.” Unless you are talking about how Gruden fawned over how “cut” Thomas Jones was when he referred to him as “The Hulk.”

  5. Inigo Says:

    ‘verbal fellatio’. While I don’t necessarily disagree with that, I’d throw in that, all other things equal, Dollface knows football. He’d better, the kind of hours he puts in.

  6. Joe Says:

    LOL “Dollface!”

  7. Sgt Mike Says:

    I concur, we simply got outbid on Jones, another great move by the Glazer boys.

  8. PetetheHat Says:

    “outbid” and “over-paid” are two distinctly different things

  9. Marlow Says:

    I find him extremely entertaining. I haven’t watched a Bucs press conference since he left. I would like to have him back.

  10. Chuckie the Man Says:

    I think Chuckie could work out withthe skins….I like his nasty side