If you ask me, and since I'm asking the question, I'm answering myself, But if you ask me, what makes a team soft, is continuing to tell them what not to do. Continuing to practice what not to do. Don't fumble, don't let him get past you, don't throw that INT, don't get that offsides penalty, don't get that roughing the passer penalty, don't get that pass interference. You've got 53 guys out there trying not to get into trouble, and not making plays. NOt hitting chumps in the mouth, not putting someone on their a$$, not taking a LB out of a play, not getting that pic 6...... I think we spent our first 7 years as a team trying not to get embarrassed. I think we over compensated for the mistakes we have, and will make. We have not been aggressive defensively, because we're afraid of giving up big plays. I hope someone watches this game & say, "hey, we can make mistakes, and still win." Same thing offensively. Jameel Cook isn't here, why not? Because he fumbled twice in one game? He was a very good reciever out of the backfield. Not that great of a lead blocker........ If that's why he lost his job, that's fine. But coming off a poor season where he made a few mistakes.... I wonder. Why is Wali Lundy gone? Can't tell me that kid didn't have talent? He made a few mistakes... didn't want to waste anytime on him. I'd love to have him here to share some caries with Slaton. I like Moats... but I liked Lundy better. We've got to address the mistake. Do some drills designed to focus on not fumbling, catching the ball in traffic, throwing the ball under pressure...... but don't beat our guys down to the point that they are scared to make a play. Case in point, you all remember Cortland Finnegan all over Andre Johnson, in what should have been a penalty. Then he got called for the PI in the endzone...... or was that Hope? Whichever, Jeff Fischer is not going to neuter his team, and take away their aggressiveness. He'll demand they play smarter, but he won't take away the very reason he acquired those player. To make plays.