He is there to help fix the Redskins' offense. To boost communication between coaches and players that leads to better execution and results. If I were a Redskins offensive coach, if I were a Redskins offensive player, I would pull up a chair, grab a pen and pad and listen to this Bill Walsh disciple and inhale every grain of wisdom. Too, I would pay attention to how he reaches across boldly different personalities to strike a common chord. This is what Sherman Lewis brings.Lewis is quoted extensively, talking about Jason Campbell, the awkwardness of the situation regarding Zorn, and what his job duties are. All of the talk going around involves conspiracy theories about Lewis learning how to do Zorn's duties so that Zorn can get fired in a month or so. But there also is the possibility that it could, you know, work. Zorn taught himself to be an offensive coordinator. Perhaps getting some pointers from Lewis about what he could be doing better will turn out to be helpful. This isn't going to turn Redskins Park into the Good Ship Lollipop or anything. But there is a chance that the presence of Lewis could help Zorn keep his job, not push him towards the door.