The Washington Redskins got a jump on the head coaching search when they were the first to the market after dismissing Jay Gruden in early October. However, the search to replace Jay Gruden has run into several public relations hiccups.
The latest: ESPN's Todd McShay said the Redskins coaching job was the least attractive in all of the NFL.
"I would rather coach any team, I would rather coach 31 other teams than Washington right now," McShay said Wednesday on The Dan Patrick Show.
"Right now, under the current construct, Washington can't succeed," McShay said. "They need Daniel Snyder to take a step back, they need to hire a general manager that knows football and can evaluate players, and then they need a coach who can take those players and develop 'em."
And perhaps Meyer doesn't need the warning from McShay about Allen and getting more control over the football may be a way the former college coach lands in D.C.
The full interview with Todd McShay on The Dan Patrick Show can be seen here: