Yeah, he's wrong.
1) Its NEVER a good idea to take on the fans because the player is always gonna lose. The fans pay the players' salaries through their fandom (watching TV, going to games, paying for gear, etc...). It costs me a little over 3 grand a year to have my seats in the lower bowl. Now, I give away some games and sell the rest that I don't go to, but if I didn't, I'm eating that cost. So its 100/ticket plus parking pass (which is about 55 a game). Before I even GET to the game, I've spent almost 400 bucks. Then I have gas, wear and tear on my car to get there (its over 100 miles round trip). And I tailgate, which also costs money. So I'm over 400 and rounding 500 before the opening kickoff. That's just for ONE game. Multiply it by 10 (they make you buy the 2 preseason games too). And then to see a clearly talented team lay a big steaming pile on the field? You bet I'm booing. As @Jeezy Fanatic said, he should've moved on from the question. Strike One
2) The people ON THE FIELD are the ones that are going to change the dynamic of home games and if teams are intimidated or not. And his play hasn't lived up to his contract. Want it to change Josh? Then play better. Strike Two
3) He's been here a hot minute. The Redskins have exactly 3 x 10 win seasons in the last 26 years. We have been to the playoffs only 5 times in the last 25. Can the Jints say the same? No. Last year and this year are a temporary dip. They have won SB's in the past 10-15 years. That goes a LONG way to letting fans deal with a 3-13 season. Talk to Jints fans after those 3-13 seasons continue on for decades where they don't ever get above 6 and 7 wins and only occasionally make the playoffs with a 9-7 record. So to compare the two fanbases is to be ignorant of the realities in which they have lived for the past 2 (almost 3) decades. Strike three.
I'm now fine with moving on from our "zone corner" after this year.