The Redskins Must Continue to Follow Their Leader, Coach Gibbs

Full story: The Washington Post

Less than two months ago, I was a part of a growing mass who thought Joe Gibbs should say goodbye to the NFL for the second time.

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Golden Pole

Fredericksburg, VA

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Dec 25, 2007
 
When doubt entered into the equation... Our HOF Coach made doubters, believers...

That 12 men on the field call felt like the throw-back magic that the ever vigilant Coach Gibbs had back in the '80s...

History does (and will) repeat itself... And with Jason Campbell (Jay Schroeder) injured, look to Todd Collins to lead us to SB victory!
Napoleone

Louisville, KY

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Dec 25, 2007
 
I admire Joe Gibbs for the good he has done in people's lives far more than his performances on the football field. Still, I hope he comes back as coach for my 29th season as a Redskins fan.
Brianiac

Youngstown, OH

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Dec 25, 2007
 
We all know how the media is - sensationalize everything and create news. I do believe however that Joe Gibbs is a great coach and that he has held things together. The guy is stoic. A rock. Go 'Skins.

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