A whole lot of nothing has went right for the Redskins this season from Robert Griffin III's weakened output to just a general lack of cohesion on defense. There's going to be some changes next season, and it looks like they're going to be without Mike Shanahan. He's going to be fired, and that decision is coming either tonight or Monday, according to The Washington Post.

That's not a shock obviously. Washington is bad at 3-12 this season, while Shanahan has coached the team to a 24-39 during his time there. So yeah, it's definitely time to look elsewhere.

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[via The Washington Post]