I read the Monday Presser and the other article by Kubiak. If you go and read those you will find some interesting information. 1) He admits he was wrong at yelling at Carr on the AJ reverse. Carr did exactly what he taught to do based on the read. What Kubiak has shown him is that there is another factor that hadn't been talked about and that was what Kubiak saw. The play should not have been called the way it was, but it was not Carr's fault. Kubiak has a lot of knowledge based on many years of playing. Carr's knowledge base is nowhere near Kubiaks. I was watching a show with Lenny Wilkens and he admitted he had to learn to teach his players how to see what he just naturally saw. It took a while to learn how to teach. 2) He quite frankly admitted that David took some bad shots because of the line play. He singles out Winston as not having a particularly good day. In fact I think he implied he is absolutely amazed at how tough David is. Folks, I really think very few QB's in the league could take the shots he does and keep on playing. I'm not saying he doesn't make mistakes, but most QB's could not play for us based on the injury factor alone. 3) He talks about Mathis and openly admits - if you read between the lines - he really did not have a good assement of Mathis in his own mind. He talks about chewing on Mathis and how Mathis responded. Says Marciano had told him how competitive Mathis was, but Kubiak frankly didn't believe it. I guess he has somewhat made a believer out of Kubiak. Kubiak also recognized that that play to begin the 2nd half is what kept them in the game. 4) Dayne was effective when he was fresh and used against a team that was beginning to wear down some. Based on what he said I would expect us to use Lundy early and Dayne late, particularly if we are trying to protect a lead. He also indicated that Dayne had not been 100 % and that was part of the problem. Leach also did a heck of a job leading the way. 5) Defense we will leave alone simply, because I think everyone knows they did a very good job. My only question is the caliber of offense they defended against. This week is going to be a very big challenge for them. Once again, Kubiak has said in my mind the right things. I hope he is giving us an honest assement. My preference, despite my criticms, would he for Kubiak to turn into the coach I thought he would be at the beginning of the season. If we have to change coaches again or key personnel, you can write off another 5 to 7 years before this ball club becomes what everyone would like it to be. I think Kubiak really knows he has made some bad mistakes and must take ownership of those mistakes just like his players. That's all you can ask of anyone. Lets hope for a big win against the Titans.