On Thursday, the NFL owners were asked to vote on the sale of the Washington Commanders to Josh Harris and his ownership group for $6.05 billion.
The sale is officially going through, with owners around the league giving the thumbs up to approve the sale, which will usher in a new era for the struggling franchise.
With the Dan Snyder era officially ending in the nation’s capital, many people have started to look back on what he accomplished or didn’t accomplish, to put it more accurately, during his two decades as the team’s owner.
There have been some cringeworthy things that have gone on in the Commanders organization over the last two decades, and this stat from “Pardon My Take” says everything in terms of the lack of success the team has had with Snyder at the helm.
— Pardon My Take (@PardonMyTake) July 20, 2023
With the team finally being able to move on from Snyder, who is walking away with an enormous profit from this sale of the team, the Commanders can start to build something special in Washington D.C.
Although it remains to be seen whether Harris and his ownership group can turn things around for the Commanders, there’s optimism that the team will be much better off without Snyder rather than with him for many different reasons.
At this point, it will be difficult for the Commanders to make any drastic changes ahead of the 2023 NFL season, but the franchise is bound to make some moves in the years to come in order to right the ship of this once-proud franchise.NEXT: NFL Owners Make Final Decision On Commanders Sale