Originally Posted by Runner
Whose fault is the performance of the defense?
Think of it this way. If a person has only one bit available, it is like this:
0 - Richard Smith's fault
1 - The players' fault
However, if the person can invest two bits, we have this:
00 - Neither Smith's nor players' faults
01 - Not Smith's fault, players' fault
10 - Smith's fault, not players
11 - Both Smith and players' share fault
Bringing the front office and previous regimes into the discussion, and I very quickly am approaching a byte of information. If the person starts weighting the different amounts of responsibilites, it may run into more storage and thought than many people are willing to commit.
I'd at least start with two bits and think about improving coaching and talent.
I love it when you talk assembler language.