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Three Reasons Why Jay Gruden Got Fired

Sean Ryan October 12, 2019


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This week on Three-Point Stance:

On this episode of the three-point stance, we discuss the reasons why the Washington Redskins fired Jay Gruden. Jay Gruden was fired primarily for the performance on the field, obviously, but there was more to it. We give our analysis and commentary on why Jay Gruden was canned. Dan Snyder Sucks, right? And Bruce Allen is a little but kisser. They’re the real problem.

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