Also, Zorn did not make personnel decisions he didn't create a QB debacle. Zorn was coaching in as close to an untenable situation as it gets. Yet, with an offense that consisted of Levi Jones/Stephon Heyer, Moss, Malcolm Kelly and Devin Thomas and a QB most considered terrible he was able to eek out a decent passing offense. So if Zorn could coach up a QB most consider terrible then it stands to reason that he would have done okay with Griffin. (Griffin being one of the greatest QB prospects ever helps).
Look my intent isn't to compare Zorn to Shanahan which is where you seem to want to take this.
My point is simple. Blaming Zorn for his record while praising pre-Griffin Shanahan is hypocritical.
And it also falls for the blame shift laid out by Danny and Vinny.
Yeah, the failures of Burgundy and Gold past was all Zorn's fault.