The case was made for two Redskins to remain that way. First, from Redskins Insider Jason Campbell lobbies for Al Saunders and the rest of the offensive coaching staff:
"I feel we have great continuity on our team and our staff," Campbell said.
Campbell is especially supportive of play caller Al Saunders. The team's associate head coach-offense, Saunders "is a great coach," Campbell said. "He does a good job with the things that we do. We're improving in a lot of areas and coming a long ways ... as far as offensively. It's an opportunity for us to continue to grow, but it all comes down to who's the head coach."
That was my quota for the day on praying at the alter of "continuity", which isn't always best though I think it would be in this instance. If you tire of my constant Gregg Williams cheerleading, Ben provides the case for why Gregg Williams should NOT be the head coach.
The other Redskin who wishes to remain so is Rock Cartwright:
One day after the Redskins' Wild Card playoff loss to Seattle, Cartwright admitted he was uncertain of his future.
"I want to be here," Cartwright said. "I don't want to be anywhere else. But it's not up to me, it's up to the front office. I do have a family I need to take care of. That's the bottom line, so we'll see how it goes."
I'm out for the weekend and wish you all the best. Yours truly will return on Tuesday, though hopefully TexSkins, who has done a fantastic job tending shop, will keep you posted on any new developments in my absence. Cheers.