May sound funny to some of you, but I truely believe any plan this ball club had for the next two seasons is down the drain. Injuries and age are catching up with them. Payne, Walker, Glenn, the D-line, the nonexsistant O-line and you can go on from there. Dom knows only one way to play the game and is totally inflexible. We have talent, but it doesn't fit Dom's style so its no good. The only people we got out of this year's draft are people who we went after who specifically fit Dom's style of play. Again, Casserly believes in picking the best Athlete available at the time, but that's not Dom's philosophy. If they don't fit into Dom's style of thinking, then its pointless to draft them, because he can't work with them and take adavantage of their assets and strengths. Many of you complain and then get on me, because I'm as blunt as Vinny, but the truth is your complaints by in large point to the coaches and no one else. As Truman said, the buck stops here. Sorry, but the only if we excuted gets real old and that's what he said after the Brown's game. Well, who's in charge of execution? Who's in charge of play Calling? Who's in charge of the O-line? Who's in charge of the D-line? Who makes the defensive play calls? Sorry, but the honey moon is over. When Reliant starts looking like the Jags place, may be McNair will take notice. As much as I dislike Parcells, I think I would still take him over Capers. At least I know the players would be looked at in terms of how best can they help the ball club. I'm sorry, but the inflexibility of Capers in this area makes him incapable of being a head coach in my estimation. Either your GM and you are in agreement as to the type of players to be picked or you have to go. I think Casserly made a very bad mistake in picking DOM as his head coach for that reason. They will never be on the same page.