The easiest — and most unlikely — transformative path begins with Dan Snyder.
Numerous voices with and around the team repeatedly stated his desire to win.
Logic says a person in his mid-50s heading toward his 20th year of ownership changes reticently, if ever.
President Bruce Allen surviving this turmoil-heavy season provides no incentive for a fix unless Snyder demands it.
It’s hard comprehending the level of tunnel vision required to think this situation is close.
That’s a tough sell even if one chooses to blame 2019 woes on injuries or pitches youthful mistakes with nearly half the roster on rookie contracts.
Only a true loyalist could dismiss swaths of empty seats at FedExField all season.