I agree with the premise of this thread. We've got young guys like McCoy who are going on their 3rd coach already, that's a sign of a poorly run franchise. Most of our fans act like spoiled brats, they cry and whine if everything doesn't go exactly how they want 100 percent of the time. It appears the Glazers continue to let that factor into their decision making, and where has that gotten us? Exactly. Continuity can go a long way, unfortunately the Glazers aren't aware of that.
Continuity is great when things are going well but what is the point in just extending the bad when there is nothing to show it will ever improve?It's like trying to bash your head against a wall to knock it down, eventually it might work but is the brain damage really worth all the trouble in the name of continuity considering there are better options out there if you look in the right place?
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