Time to say what has become obvious--McNair is as bad as Capers and Casserly. They are birds of a feather. It long since past the point at which it would have been appropriate and timely to let Capers and Casserly go, and McNair hasn't lifted a finger. Maybe he's afraid he'll appear classless, but more likely he's just a slow mover accustomed to the pace of gentility. If that's so, it may mean he won't even fire Capers or Casserly after the season. McNair clearly does not understand the damage that is being done to his franchise week after week. Sure, the people will come back, but they won't be happy about it. It's unfortunate after all the good will heaped on McNair and the franchise at the startup. The Lions had a situation half as dire as ours and a coach twice as famous, and they still let him go after a disappointing performance as head coach. THere's no one who can say Dom Capers has been anything but a serious disappoint as HC of the Texans. And Casserly has done an amateur's job as GM. If McNair is not quick-witted enough to recognize this and act on it, then I think he's got exactly the team he deserves.