Post Super Bowl: Washington Commanders have new everything (includes video story)

Winning the Super Bowl is the main goal of every NFL team. That is why changes are made in the coaching staff and the roster of players. 

Usually, that means one coach is or players are replaced. In the case of the Washington Commanders, there was a whole makeover for the team. 

The Miami Dolphins recently fired former defensive coordinator Vic Fangio after one year of service to the team. They replaced him with former Baltimore Ravens defensive line coach Anthony Weaver. 

But the Commanders have stepped it up a notch. The front office hired former Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn to be their new head coach. 

Another move they made was hiring former Arizona Cardinal head coach Kliff Kingsbury to take over as offensive coordinator. 

“The new head coach, Dan Quinn, did a great job with the Seattle Seahawks and Cowboys,” said fan Josiah Shultz. “I think there’s a bright future ahead for the [Commanders].”

Pablo Hernandez was born in Cuba and raised in Miami, Florida. He has a huge love for sports and aspires to be a sports analyst on television in the future.