From a concrete viewpoint I will not waver on an 8-8 record as a fledgling organization needs to see marked improvement through all of the levers they have - draft, development, free agency acquisiton, etc. The season is not over so I will maintain this measurement of seeing one more win over last year's result. From an abstract viewpoint I just want to see a better product on the field. I can take losses, but give me something that will keep me coming back (you know like a par on the 18th). From a granular perspective we need to see some form of development from a player personnel/unit stand point. I will expect that the team exceeds last year's overall prodcution from the following statistics: Offense: total yardage run yardage less interceptions less penalties more receptions from players not named Johnson/Davis Defense: total points total yardage takeaways sacks Special Teams: punt/kick return average improved If I do not see 7 of these 10 measurements achieved year over year then Casserly, Capers, Fangio and Pendry need to go.