Excuse me Mr. Snyder, but I'm a bit confused. As Joe Gibbs said himself during his surprise farewell press conference, a man like yourself is truly remarkable. You're a self made billionaire before the age of 40. You run, buy, and sell businesses. You are the pinnacle of success and possibilities in American life. You even have Tom Cruise eating out of your hand.
So why then Mr. Snyder, is your football franchise so ungodly disorganized? Aren't businesses built on the development and advancement of quality personnel? Doesn't a business, in order to succeed, need an overall vision, a guiding a light, a ‘game plan' for the future?
Mr. Snyder surely on your way to great fortune you studied the business greats that came before you. Surely Mr. Snyder you fallowed the international trends of business and accurately identified the keys to success and failure in the marketplace around you. Then why Mr. Snyder can't you realize that the great owners of football franchises in today's NFL basically stay out of the way of football operations? Mr. Snyder, surely you can appreciate a man like Mr. Kraft, who has had amazing success with his football franchise by allowing it to be run by people who know what they are doing. Surely you must agree that he gets as much enjoyment from afar as any other owner in the league possibly could up close and personal.
Mr. Snyder I applaud you for fulfilling your childhood dream sir. Making billions and then buying the team you loved to watch growing up is far more then I will ever accomplish. However, Mr. Snyder, I ask that you run you're childhood dream as the C.E.O who made billions as an adult, and not as the child who originally concocted the idea of controlling the Burgundy and Gold.
Mr. Snyder, you're in the business of making amusement parks. Surely you don't insist on building the roller coasters that go in those parks. That is done by qualified engineers and physicists who have the proper training to do so. If you were to design a roller coaster Mr. Snyder, it would without a doubt run off the tracks. So Mr. Snyder, I ask that as you do with your amusement parks, please don't design anything you're not qualified to do. Like Mr. Kraft...just sit back and enjoy the ride.