Washington terminated another coach Sunday

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The Washington Football Team has made it three in a row, three seasons in a row.

When Washington defeated the NY Giants 22-7 in their 2021 season finale, the Giants Tuesday, fired head coach Joe Judge.

You are probably thinking, “Big deal, he deserved to be fired. The guy was a bull in a china closet and didn’t produce a winner.”

Oh, I concur, but what is interesting is at the conclusion of the 2020 season, Washington traveled to Philadelphia, won the season finale 20-14, clinching the NFC East and Eagles head coach Doug Pederson was fired.

All Pederson had done in Philadelphia was win the division in 2019, earn a wild-card berth in 2018 (while additionally winning a playoff game), and march through the NFC in 2017, before defeating the Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII.

Even more, three seasons ago, Washington went to Carolina in 2019 and defeated the Carolina Panthers 29-21. Although it was only week 13, only December 1, their coach was fired, not permitted to coach the final four games of the season. That coach was Ronald Eugene Rivera.

Three consecutive seasons, you lose to Washington, boom, you are gone. Doesn’t matter if you’ve been to the playoffs three consecutive seasons and won a Super Bowl (Pederson), or if you’ve been to a Super Bowl (Rivera), or just a loose cannon like Joe Judge.

So, in summary, three separate NFL owners in the last three seasons, have lost late to Washington and determined they must start all over with a new head coach.

What must other NFL owners think of the Washington franchise?