Last week I read several articles in the Washington Post that described in great detail how poorly their high-paid defense has performed this season. The article pointed out that the Skins' defense had given up the most plays of 40-plus yards in the NFL. It quoted players and coaches, all quick to point out how the entire defense was to blame. With all of this blame to go around, one might surmise that several changes in defensive personnel were imminent. Sunday's game vs. Dallas revealed the sum total of the changes -- one. The change? The lone white starter on the defense, safety Adam Archuleta, the leader in solo tackles on the team, btw, was benched in favor of "youngster" Troy Vincent. Let me say that I am not a fan of the Redskins, in fact, I revel in their every defeat, but I think this has finally put me in the position of abandoning the Negro Football League for good. Though I quit watching the games years ago, I remained somewhat interested due to fantasy football. This will be my final season of particpating even in that. I guess the powers that be are most happy, now that the Redskins have come around to the proper way to field a defense.