According to ESPN, Redskins’ coach Joe Gibbs approval rating has dipped to just 51 percent, reflecting widespread doubts about his handling of the recent quarterback controversy.
Nearly fourteen years after Gibb’s job approval soared into the 80s after the Super Bowl victory in 1992, Gibbs was in the 50s after last weeks offense scored just 9 points.
The public’s view of the Redskin’s direction has grown increasingly negative, with nearly two-thirds now saying the Redskin’s are heading down the wrong track.
The administration recently dumped quarterback Patrick Ramsey, who had come to symbolize the stumbling early days of the first quarter of the first game of the season.
"Gibbs puts people in jobs who don’t know what they’re doing," said Manuel Kazanjian of Frederick, MD.
There is a ray of sunshine, however. If Gibbs can manage to beat the Cowboy’s tonight, his approval ratings will likely soar. Stay tuned . . .
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