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There are 5 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Dec 16, 2008, titled 'Skins' Zorn feels like 'worst coach in America'; Chiefs' Peter.... In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

Saying he feels "like the worst coach in America," Jim Zorn began a two-day self-evaluation of the meltdown that has dropped his Washington Redskins out of the playoff race and prompted questions about his ...

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Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#1 Dec 16, 2008
Hail to the Redskins!! LMAO!!

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Since: Dec 08

Annandale, VA

#2 Dec 16, 2008
I feel bad for Jim. He's been cursed with the same poor wide receiver talent that Gibbs was the previous 4 seasons. The wide receivers have been so bad that the Skins drafted two receivers high in the last draft; and both of these guys have been busts this year. Randel El, Cooley, and Moss have dropped multiple passes - as they did last season. Moss single-handedly cost the Skins a win in Green Bay last season and Cooley's dropped pass inside the 5 yard line in the playoff game in Seattle last season destroyed the Skins momentum in that game. Until Washington finds some sure-handed receivers forget about the Redskins as a Super Bowl contender.
Disappointed Redskins Fan

Round Hill, VA

#3 Dec 16, 2008
Zorn is going from one extreme of pointing the finger at everyone else to now saying he is the worst coach in America. He is not the worst coach in America but he is the worst coach in the NFL. He is a good match for the worst GM in the NFL, Vinnie, who chose Zorn and all the wonderful draft picks this year. The other sad character that has escaped accountability is Greg Blache who betrayed his friend Gregg Williams for a Beretta, then turned the defense into an all day sucker for opposing quarterbacks. We have the players to make the plays, we do not have the coaches or the management to win.
Justin

Vienna, VA

#4 Dec 17, 2008
It's funny how five weeks ago everyone thought Zorn was a genius.

The Redskins will never win until they hire a legitimate GM and Dan Snyder steps back and lets him run the show. Dan Snyder is the Peter Angelos of the NFL and has ruined the Redskins rich tradition. Joe Gibbs couldn't work with him. Jim Zorn is not only the worst coach in America but also the bravest coach for taking a job that no one wanted.
Zorro

United States

#5 Dec 17, 2008
Justin wrote:
It's funny how five weeks ago everyone thought Zorn was a genius.
The Redskins will never win until they hire a legitimate GM and Dan Snyder steps back and lets him run the show. Dan Snyder is the Peter Angelos of the NFL and has ruined the Redskins rich tradition. Joe Gibbs couldn't work with him. Jim Zorn is not only the worst coach in America but also the bravest coach for taking a job that no one wanted.
I agree: Angelos is bad and needs to sell the Orioles to a more capable owner, but Snyder is worse...much worse. Snyder needs to either leave the management and coaching to the pros or to sell the team. Yes, anybody who can't work with Joe Gibbs is a dumb jerk.

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