IF Miles can put away his ego and hire a Chavis on O,
Mett's problems this season had more to do with making reads quicker and some errant passes. The OL problems and WR drop passes didn't help. However, I would have to wonder if our current offensive scheme had effective routes to allow the WRs to get open sooner or the predictability allowed defenders to sit on certain routes. IMO, an offensive philosophy change is definitely needed in order to see progress. But I don't think it has too much negative affects on Mett's ability to improve. Learning a new offense isn't a major concern.