Redskins fall hard, Shanahan's job in jeopardy How much interaction should a star player -- in this case, Robert Griffin III -- have with his team's owner, who has apparently provided limos, security details and other amenities to Griffin and his wife, while other players haven't had those things made available to them? How much influence should a player have over a coach's tenure? When a coach gets a premier player around which to build success, but the construction project fails, who rightfully gets the blame? When player, coach and owner have such a confused, complex relationship, what's the best answer, outside of firing the coach, trading the player, or selling the team? This is an interesting drama unfolding in Washington. Shanahan and Griffin were supposed to be the 'Skins' "saviors." Obviously that hasn't worked out. Thoughts? Scorns? Diatribes?