As the Redskins go 3-7 in 2004, somehow the Redskins oldsters keep their tempers and their poise, maintain their storied work ethic, take more than their share of the blame and, in an odd but touching way, bring a kind of adult dignity to sports...In all of sports, there are few men more competitive than Gibbs. Yet after every game he acts more civil than most coaches who have won.

— Joe Gibbs  

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