Sean McVay praises Redskins coach mentors

Brian Tinsman
October 28, 2018 - 2:53 pm

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If records are any indication, Sean McVay is one of the best coaches in the NFL today. 

The former Redskins coaching prodigy has proven that age is just a number, coaching the NFL's last undefeated team (L.A. Rams were 7-0 going into Week 8) at the tender age of 32.

As his star continues to rise, he has the decency to do more than tip his cap in the Redskins direction, praising the coaches he worked for before getting his big break in Hollywood:

That's high praise for Jay Gruden, Mike Shanahan and Kyle Shanahan, who came into Sunday with fewer combined wins that McVay had. In fact, if McVay's Rams lose, while the Redskins and 49ers both win, then McVay will still have more wins than the trio combined.

Not sure how Redskins fans are supposed to feel about this, but at least McVay thinks back on his time in Ashburn fondly.


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