This was a pretty good read, with some juicy tidbits included from people who used to be close to the organization (although nobody went on record). I think it's pretty well-balanced, but overall, in the end, it supports the belief held by many that the team will struggle to win unless Snyder continues to change his ways.
On of those juicy tidbits is that, prior to Shanahan, Snyder used to involve himself more in the draft process and influenced the decision to get Malcolm Kelly, when many on staff had serious concerns over his knee and preferred Jordy Nelson. Another big one, which substantiates many fans' fears, is that we got McNabb because Snyder viewed him as more marketable when Shanahan preferred Marc Bulger. It's funny because I remember thinking at the time that Bulger looked really good in the preaseason for the Ravens, esp. in the game he played against us, and that he would be a good, cheap, short-term fix for our QB problem. Instead we wasted a 2nd round pick on McBum.
The article gives some good insights into the inner workings of the organization. Bruce Allen seems to act as a good buffer, so hopefully he'll do a good job of keeping Snyder in check.