Come on, now! It's JUST the regular season. Wait until the post season gets here...THEN we'll show our real playbook. Nobody shows their real stuff in the regular season. Mostly what we see in the regular season is player evaluations, trying to avoid injuries, and most of all...trying to not give away too much of your game planning and play calling. All you people who are whining about the regular season are not real fans. You need to get off Carr's butt. When we are playing in January, you will all be saying, "See! I told you we could go 3-13 and still make the playoffs!" Gig's up. Everyone who played the "It's just the preseason!" card, you can go ahead and post your excuses now. So what was it today: Bad o line? Dumb penalties at crucial moments in the game? Bad playcalling? Delay of game by Carr? Interceptions by Carr? Missed block by DD, allowing an easy sack of Carr? Carr not seeing a TE open to his left, and taking a sack because he locked onto one receiver, as usual? P-Buch getting schooled by Lee Evans? Peek dropping a sure TD? JP Losman running wild through gaping holes like Hulk Hogan? The 3-4? DD dropping the ball? Carr getting the ball stripped and then standing there instead of diving into the pile, watching our o lineman get it taken away? Horrid playcalling: Runs on first down? The infamous "Now route?" Not going for it on fourth and inches? Carr throwing the highest arcing pass to Bradford, which came down with icecicles on it? Bradford dropping the pass when it hits his hands BEFORE the defender hit him? Cutting Moses? Signing Swinton and then cutting Swinton? Running Morency out there and then finally admitting what a d u m b move THAT was...so you put in our starting RB and risk injuring him? Did I leave anything out? Just trying to make sure I covered it all so that we can leave room for you to cut the b.s. and say, "Yeah, it WASN'T "just" the preseason." But I doubt that will happen. After all, we'll look great against the Steelers next week who are definitely in for a big surprise when we "get it together for these games that are FOR REAL" like Carr said after the last preseason game. I love this team, but it's time for a change of coaches--Not a slash-and-burn firing of everyone, but I think (and stay calm, OK?) that Capers needs to be the guy to go. He stands there, watching total ineptness on the field, and has this glazed-over look like he's not really sure what he's just witnessed on the field. Scratch down notes on that little piece of folded paper all you want, Dom. Here's what you really need to be making notes on: How many boxes do I need to clean out my office? And it's time for Carr to get benched like I suggested last week. Ragone gets the start next week, in front of Houston fans. And Carr gets to see what it's like to hold a clip board. Any takers?