We talk about it all the time in relation to other threads. It always comes down to who do we fire, when, and under what conditions. So, let's just get it over with. What do you think? Casserly? Capers? Palmer? Who else? Here's my thoughts: Casserly stays. I don't see any reason to let him go that can't be contradicted with a better reason to let him stay. He's had some busts, but he's also had DD, Carr, Johnson, and more. Much more. Yes, the O-line is still crud, or at least hasn't proven otherwise (although I haven't seen Carr sacked lately with his little one/half step drop and fire the ball like a hot potato). This team is 3 yrs. old and had more than enough talent to have gone .500 last year. Capers? I think he should get his five yrs. Now, granted, if we go 5-11 this year, I may change my mind. Palmer? I've felt for some time now that if this team doesn't go 9-7 or better this year that somebody needs to go--Palmer being the most likely candidate. But, how can Palmer call anything with Wand, McKinney, and Carr laying flat on their backs? So, do we fire Casserly? I don't think so. I think all the other teams in the NFL have had many more years to pick guys like DD and Johnson and Robinson. I think the 5 year plan was never a 5 year plan. It needs to be an 8 yr. plan and that was just really hard for us to accept. I hope Carr lives long enough.