Re: Own Worst Enemy
The game is clearly evolving (as it always has), and the coaches who experience consistent success evolve with it.
And obviously it helps to have a QB who can consistently move the ball and do so when it really counts under pressure and at the end of games.
Right now, we have neither the head coach nor the QB that can exploit the modern NFL at a championship level. 12-4 is a nice record, but when the wins rarely come against quality and elite teams, it feels like a paper tiger.
"Football is only a diversion." ~ HOUSTON TEXANS