Originally Posted by speedfreek
Kubiak doesn't suck, and he isn't great. He is what he is -- a
50/50 proposition to win a game.
The problem is, he's now showing his biggest weakness: his
complete inability to change his philosophy to fit his talent.
As soon as the injuries mount up -- and the active roster looks
less and less like it did in preseason, Gary's stubbornness begins
to cost the team games..
Last year they weren't even competitive against some teams
they were favored against.
Minnesota was the game that opened my eyes. They literally
accomplished nothing in the first half, and then proceeded to come
out in the second half with the exact same gameplan.
It's like watching a person with severe mental illness repeatedly
bash their head against the wall..
Neither do you, Wade. You just aren't your daddy, but you know that already.