And that isn't easy on the fanbase.
"It's just unfortunate that there isn't that same sense in Washington that there is in other cities," Florio said.
"They need to know, before March, they need to have the best information they can possibly get about the prognosis for Alex Smith," Florio said. "Can he play in 2019? Can he play in 2020? Do we just have to write this off and pay the injury guarantee and do what we can to try put a team out there on the field?"
And what is the cause of that disaster?
"Here's my take on Dan Snyder," Florio said. "Did he at some point just, kinda checkout?"
"He was so heavily involved and at some point he just kinda shutdown. And I feel like he shutdown and he can't start up again. And he's just willing to tolerate this mediocrity because he realizes life is a heck of a lot easier than when you're driving yourself crazy trying to make a football team better when nothing you do is ever going to make the team better," Florio said.
For Redskins fans, Florio said, there is not the feeling a contending team can be cobbled together with the right move in free agency or the right draft pick because "you don't have faith in the people who are making the moves."
As they say: The more things change, the more they stay the same.