Every single year when teams are really bad, fan bases will shout out on Twitter or any social media platform to, “sell the team.” Owners are not obviously going to sell the team because of money, but there are some owners that absolutely do not deserve to be owners in the NFL. Which owners should not be NFL owners and should sell their respective teams?
Dan Snyder, The Washington Football Team
Let’s start with the most obvious one on the list here. Dan Snyder has had a ton of baggage with him for years, but the NFL has been covering for him. There have been investigations into this franchise with professional conduct and other internal issues. This could be one of the most dysfunctional franchises in the entire NFL and I feel bad for this Washington fanbase they have to deal with him.
Stephen Ross, Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins haven’t won a playoff game in over two decades. They just recently fired head coach Brian Flores, who has been the best head coach for them in a while. Miami has no patience for anything and I don’t blame them for coming after Stephen Ross. Good luck selling a fanbase and a locker room full of players who loved Brian Flores this new head coach on them.
Shahid Khan, Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been one of the biggest messes in the entire NFL. Jacksonville can never get out of their own way and the Jaguars fanbase continues to call this franchise a clown show. They hired Urban Meyer as the head coach and he didn’t even make it out of his first season in the NFL as a head coach with all of the things that went down. They have always been rumored to leave Jacksonville, Florida, and move to London. They always win more games when they go to London than they do in the United States of America for some odd reason.
Other Candidates: Houston Texans, Cal McNair, and Jimmy Haslam & Dee Haslam, Cleveland Browns.
-Glenn Kaplan, 12oz Sports Contributor, Live Monday’s at 3 p.m. ET & Thursday at 11 a.m. ET on 12oz Sports
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