I don't know who to blame. The more I think about it the more I get pissed off. You go out and make a commitment to go back to a physical ground and pound, run first offense. It makes complete sense given that your QB has had his best success when he throws play action passes and doesn't have to carry the load. You then go out and hire an OC who is committed to that philosophy. Then you trade for a QB who's best attribute is running a Wildcat offense. So far so good.
Then for some inexplicable reason you utterly fail to supply your team with the key players need to make it all work. You don't upgrade your LG and RT. You don't build OL depth, so you are at the mercy of injury luck. And you don't get a TE who can also be an effective blocker.
How can you build a clock killing offense when you can't get first downs on a regular basis. What good is building a very nice young DL to go with a lockdown secondary, when it seems they are going to be on the field 40 minutes a game,. What good is it to invest in a WR when there is little chance we can get him the ball, and even if we do, we aren't sure he will catch it.
Who do I blame for this mismanagement,. Rex? Tanny? Woody? I need some direction here.