Originally Posted by Dunnie
I agree with Tin ... But think he did a good job signing Cro, Wilk, Coples ....
His major blunders ....
Gholston, Holmes, Sanchez, Greene
Revis, Ferguson, Mangold, Keller
Don't these types of things happen all the time on other teams too?
How many teams hit home runs on personnel decisions with high regularity?
I count (by your assessment) 7 good decisions and 4 bad ones. Is that so terrible?
I'm not saying that Tanny needs to stay because he made 7 good decisions or that he needs to go because he made 4 bad ones, but I think what does stand out though (and why he should be held accountable):
1- we had holes this past off season that were not plugged
2- probably a few guys that will be gone next year that perhaps should have been replaced already
3- drafting quality over quantity is a big risk unless every single one of the "quality" guys you draft are studs