In a loss where we are had 2 of our starting 5 on the oline , one of which is the guy we've ran behind for two years. We lost by one score , on the road , to a good defense.
Our O woes go farther back than last Saturday and pass drops and OL injuries and Crowton and . . .
I like Les but I think Les can very reasonably do an even better job than he has done.
Since Charles allots himself a sidebar of questions but refuses to extend this privilege to other posters I'll just put'em in the form of statements:
a) Coaches can improve.
b) Coaches are always assessed on not only what they do accomplish but also on what they within reason could have accomplished.
c) Coaches have blind spots.
d) Coaches are not infallible. They too make mistakes.
e) Coaches have but one overarching job and that's to make people like you and me, i.e., fans, happy (some will have think about this for a while but in time you'll concur).