Matthew Hoffman created a T-shirt that calls for the ouster of the Washington Redskins owner. The shirt gained widespread exposure after a fan was snapped wearing it at Sunday's Redskins loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
"It's worse than I've ever seen it," said the life-long Redskins fan.
Hoffman knows a little something about football. He played on the offensive line at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Olney, Md. He also played college ball. Hoffman now coaches the offensive line for Churchill High School in Potomac, Md. Unlike the Skins, Churchill is undefeated so far this season.
"This is the worst offensive line I've ever seen, and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that," said Hoffman. "The only way to win football games is with an offensive line. Trade Snyder. All he's done is try to patch it up a little and that system doesn't work. It's not fantasy football."
Even Hoffman's mother has swapped her Redskins jersey for her son's "Trade Snyder" design.
"We can't make the management decisions. We can't make the choices that will change things. So this is all we can do, and I think it's great," said Anne Hoffman.
Her son said he is not making any money on the shirts. They sell for $10 each, which covers costs.
"I love the Redskins and this is the only way I think change can come about," he said.