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November 2001

November 2001


Breaking Bonds

Cutting players from the squad
by: Steve Silverman
© November 2001

It had been one of the most embarrassing nights of Marty Schottenheimer's career. After a two-year absence from the head-coaching ranks, Schottenheimer decided to get back into the business when Redskins owner Daniel Snyder came calling. While that decision may have been questionable considering Schottenheimer's criticism of the Redskin owner, he ultimately decided to take the job because he thought he could get the Redskins back to the playoffs and into the Super Bowl.

Schottenheimer is often described as an "old-school" football coach who won't take any nonsense from players under any circumstances. His Redskins got off to a miserable start when they were beaten by the Chargers 30-3 in Week One. Offensively, there was no cohesion. QB Jeff George was having a difficult time understanding and executing the short-pass offense the ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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