Originally Posted by Batmans A Scientist
This is pretty stupid. Good coaches can have bad seasons, sure. But Bad coaches have multiple bad seasons.
This aligns with the Mark Sanchez had similar numbers to Eli Manning through 3 seasons, so things should work out. Problem is, he also had similar numbers to Joey Harrington and Kyle Boller.
Yes, we know that. Did you not read the last paragraph?
"None of this means Ryan (34-30 in his career) is ticketed for coaching greatness. But one bad season doesn't necessarily rule it out. And there's no discounting the chance a coaching change may actually end up being best for Ryan. After all, Coughlin, Belichick and Vermeil all won their Super Bowls with new teams—and new quarterbacks."