It's time. It's past time. This team showed you again today what it is made of, and what it is made of I can't say on this message board. It's a sad team, sad-sack team, a mess, total chaos, completely devoid of discipline, order, authority, power, control, focus, and yes, even talent. If I were you I'd start at the top. Cut Casserly and Capers immediately. It can't hurt. If Pendry wants to be a caretaker, let him hang around, but I expect in a show of devotion to Capers (remember, he took the OC position to "win for Dom") Pendry will resign. Doesn't matter. You need a caretaker who might have some hope of staying with the team. You know who they are. Then you probably ought to have a meeting with whoever hangs around and tell them what you want out of the rest of the season. What you want is an extended preseason, where everybody gets a chance. Ragone. What if he's as good as the Fitzgerald guy that tore up your D today? Or Banks, maybe he's better than we imagined. And Armstrong, and . . . you make the list. Everybody Plays should be the motto for the final games. And Carr. I'm afraid we have to admit Carr is a write-off. Maybe he had all the talent in the world and the Texans ruined him, or maybe his talent was overestimated from jump streeet, but the fact is HE DOESN'T HAVE IT NOW. It's as simple as that. If you can turn him into draft picks he could actually help this team next year, else he's just a big fat vacuum on your wallet. He'll beat you by tossing interceptions, by pulling the ball down and running a yard or two, by not sensing the pocket, by not seeing his receivers, by falling down when a D lineman coughs at him. He can beat you so many ways. Sure, he's got a great (if not always accurate) arm, and he'd kill in a sandlot game. But here in the bigs the boy is a washout. So there you have it, sir. The Sunday Night Report. I hope you're already hard at it, working the phones. Thanksgiving is over so you don't have to hesitate to retain your classy guy status. Oh, one more thing. While you're on the phone, please call Jimmy. I have a feeling he's ready to work again.