Originally Posted by Ray Ray19
It's so true, and I'm even a Sanchez supporter
Just look at John Fox in Denver, he goes from a year that he has Kyle Orton and Tim Tebow at QB and an average team that slides into making the playoffs for the first round, to the best team in the AFC all because of the upgrade at QB. Did John Fox get that much better as a coach? Did he not go through several average to above average years and then disappointment in Carolina due to up an down QB play?
Is Belichick a mastermind, or is a lot of his success due to Tom Brady?
The list goes on.
I'll jump on board this as well - objectively, this team did better and played harder than I would have expected given what went down in the first few weeks. Whatever Rex's weak spots and blind spots, the team has hung in there fairly well - and the Rex's biggest weak/blind spots can likely be solved by a good OC and a competent GM.
I can definitely agree with that plan and it seems to be the way things are going to break. There is no team that has done well with a constantly changing roster of coaches.