Not as much as it bothers me that the entire front office is still here. At least we know Rex was Woody's decision alone. But the fact that Idzik has kept a personnel team in place that has failed so miserably, and hasn't brought in anyone from the outside that he's worked with before, is a huge red flag IMO and makes me really worry about Idzik's judgment. It suggests to me he may be no different than Woody in terms of tolerating mediocrity.
The people who want Rex fired after his first losing season in 4 years are hysterical.
Holes all over the neglected offensive roster
Holes on defense
Yeah, Eric Mangina would have easily gone 14-2 last season with this cast of clowns.
Nope, I love Rex. Hes a good football coach, I just hate that he'll be a lame duck most likely and get fired because this team sucks and needs to rebuild.
Even a NFC executive said this.
The first NFC exec affirmed, "That's not a very good football team. What's too bad is [if you trade Revis], the sacrificial lamb is a damn good football coach. He's gonna lose his job over this, that's the shame of it. But based on where they are, and they look like a 3-13 or 5-11 club, it makes sense to get the picks and rebuild."
Hopefully this time next year David Shaw will be our HC and we will be on the road to becoming a model franchise with he and Idzik commanding respect from the rest of the league.
I like Rex as a person and I hope he goes the TV route. Maybe NFLN will hire him and he and Tanny can have their own show together.
Rex is a good coach.
Rex can be a great coach.
Rex needs to coach and leave the player choices to the GM and his team, like he did in Baltimore.
In Baltimore Rex didn't pick the players, he had input. Newsome and his team made those choices. It's taken them time and two head coaches, but they have won two super bowls. Even with Ray Lewis, who was done.
Rex will more than likely be gone, unless they make a run in the playoffs.