Jim Haslett is one of those NFL coaches who can never not be employed no matter how inept his performance. Save for a one year stint in the UFL during which he was the coach of a team that went undefeated in the regular season then lost in the championship game, he’s either been a coordinator or a head coach in the NFL since 1996. And his teams and defenses are almost uniformly terrible – or at least worse off than they would be with an adequate coach. This year’s Redskins defense is no different, as they’ve allowed more than 70 points through two weeks. And, as of this writing, there are still 14 minutes left in the 4th quarter. If the Packers cared to, they could easily tack on another 20.