Actually, I have to pin some significant blame on MM for the last two weeks ineptitude. Clearly the players need to get their acts together, but when your team is making football 101 errors, the coach isnt doing his job. These are football 101 errors: receivers not watching the ball into their hands, penalties, poor footwork and basic fundamentals on the line.<quoted text>
So who was the "good team" yesterday in the following games; Pitts/Chi, Houston/Tenn, NE/Jets....what the hell are you talking about. Looking for anyway to stick-it to TT/MM. If the team doesn't win this season and make the playoffs, they'll probably both be gone so what's your point?
As for TT, I cant harp on him as much for an individual game performance. Of course, if things continue this way hes ultimately responsible. I really see this as his year to sink or swim. Its a team full of his guys with his coach.