It doesn't look like McNair will pull the trigger on Casserly and Capers until the end of the season but that is a mistake. He should clean house after the Chiefs because: (1) At 1-9 the team will be as low as an NFL franchise can get (2) The loyalty stuff is not helpful and does not matter at this point...McNair to the "C's", Capers to Fangio, Pendry, the coaches to players who are not performing (i.e. Coleman, Bradford etc...) (3) Now is the time for "rebuilding decisions" not short-term ones and that is all you are going to get from these coaches as they try to salvage some of their reputations by cobbling together a win or two against bad teams at the end of the season. (4) If you fire the "C's" now, rest Carr, DD and Mathis, play Ragone (That DC is better than Ragone does not matter at this point), Wells, Morency and Armstrong, bench Coleman and Bradford you give the team its best chance to improve for the long haul. There is a time to play players with an eye to the future and IMO we are there. (5) Until the "C's" are gone, the focus is going to be on them vs the players who we are going to need to move on with. It is sort of like Philadelphia and TO, they needed to pull the trigger and move on so that they can build for the future.