Redskins rank 22nd in’s “2011 NFL organization rankings”

Adam Schein of released his annual “NFL organization rankings,” in which he ranked the Redskins 22nd amongst the 32 NFL teams.

Here’s what constituted his “scoring” method:

We grade each team on six vital categories — owner, quarterback, head coach, front office, coaching staff and intangibles, which include facilities, fan support and public relations.

And here’s how the Redskins broke down, in his eyes:

Owner: 5
Quarterback: 1
Coach: 7.5
Front office: 8
Coaching staff: 4
Intangibles: 4

This was the single toughest team to grade. Dan Snyder is fine when you lock him in the closet and let the football people spend his money. I love Mike Shanahan, but last year was so messy. I think Bruce Allen knows what he is doing. I do not think Kyle Shanahan, who orchestrated the Rex Grossman for Donovan McNabb circus, is the coach his father is. “Redskins Nation” has turned into a skeptical fan base. The quarterback situation is a total disaster.

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