"They have no culture. They haven't had a culture since Snyder's been there," Lombardi said. "He's anti-culture. He's all about players, not developing a culture."
"And Bruce has been the general manager under the disguise as a football guy," Lombardi said. "And let's face it, Bruce never did any football with the Raiders when I worked there. He wasn't even in the draft meetings when we were there. He never was involved in player personnel."
"You get what you want and I think that's what they got," Lombardi said.
With the on-field performance in Washington relatively unchanged during the last two decades, Lombardi said if he were Snyder he would try and tempt Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney.
"I'd offer him a $15 million a year contract for 10 years and tell him to run my team and I'd win," Lombardi said.
Swinney, who won his second college football national championship Monday, would represent a change, but could only do so much.
"And things haven't gotten any better in Washington," Lombardi said. "So Dan's gotta do what Dan's gotta do."