No this isn't about Health care Reform, but about a different kind of reform. The Washington Redskins have gotten rid of Vinny Cerrato (he resigned) and brought in Bruce Allen as the new General Manager of the Redskins. Bruce Allen is the son of the late Redskins Hall of Fame coach George Allen and comes from a rich football background. The younger Allen (Bruce) has been the GM in Oakland and at Tampa Bay. In both cases he helped build those teams and they went to the Superbowl. With that said, things in Washington look like they are on the rise with Allen in the fold.
Will this help the Redskins to come back? Can Allen take the GM reigns and keep Dan Snyder from further destroying this team? Will the Redskins be relevant again? When?