Originally Posted by SAR I
Because we saw Rex have a 9 win and an 11 win team and then ruin the whole thing with a very arrogant take on his roster. Got rid of tough players and leaders, replaced them with soft players and projects.
So if Rex somehow pulls a genie out of a bottle and Brady gets hurt and we eke out a 10 win wildcard all it means is that we're another year removed from the ultimate goal.
Remember, this guy went to three consecutive AFC Championship Games and had a team that was completely unprepared (especially the defense) all three times. So you ask yourself, if he isn't good in the regular season (fact) and is good only in the first two rounds of the playoffs (fact) and can't get a team to the Super Bowl, what the hell is the point anyway?
And this is the key point. Rex's specialty is defense and the defense is what failed us in both championship games, especially in Pitt. On top of that, after four years, he realized he needs to change his offensive philosophy? I'm actually laughing as I type this.
Everyone agrees that the Ravens are one of the best run franchises. They passed on Rex after he coached there for years. Now add that to what we have experienced.