Redskins On The Verge Of An Implosion

October 1st, 2009

There are a lot of words, vulgar and polite, that can be used to describe the Bucs. But there doesn’t seem to be much discontent among the players.

The same can’t be said for the Bucs opponent this week, the Redskins. Players are openly taking potshots at the lackluster play and it seems from an article typed by Rick Maese of the Washington Post that the Redskins are about to break apart.

While many players said the locker room still supports its head coach, Zorn’s descriptions of the team that emerged from Sunday’s loss to the Lions didn’t always match the impressions of players.

“We don’t have an identity,” cornerback Carlos Rogers said. “I don’t know what we want to be on offense. I don’t know what we want to be on defense.”

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall said the team doesn’t have “the same fight that we had last year.”

“I don’t know what the story is,” he said, “but you just don’t see the same fight, the same determination, the same attitude.”

Joe reads this as the team is on the verge of falling apart. If somehow the Bucs can get a lead at FedEx Field, the Redskins fans should go absolutely mental and it’s quite possible the team folds.

Fail… to… the… Redskins…

One Response to “Redskins On The Verge Of An Implosion”

  1. JK Says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHH. A win on the road. Now that’s funny. Not to worry. The Skins will get their identity back Sunday..