The great thing about the NFL is there's something for everyone. If your team is in the playoffs, you're pumped. It your team sucks, there's always free agency, the draft and next year. And if your team really blows, you fire the coach and then you've really got something to obssess over for months. No team has been as embarrassingly awful with as much talent as the Washington Redskins. This is a 5 win team with at least 5 legitimate pro-bowl candidates. Now that the hideous Steve Spurrier experiment is over, we can start the soap opera search for a successor who is finally worthy to use the same parking spot once occupied by Joe Gibbs and George Allen. Conventional wisdom is that few coaches want to deal with owner Dan Snyder. I disagree. Here is a chance to take a team loaded with talent and perform a Parcels-like transformation. Any moderately competent pro coach would be a vast improvement over Spurrier, the "offensive genius" who apparently didn't anticipate that NFL defenses might use a blitz. The team has the great luck to have a wealth of possible candidates available, mostly formerly hot coordinators who fell flat in their first head coaching assignment. Guys like Jim Fassel, Greg Williams and Dave McGinnis are available, proven head coaches like Dennis Greene and Dan Reeves, even Jimmie Johnson might be available. This season is already forgooten and I'm looking forward to a run deep into the playoffs next year!!!