Let me start off by saying he has changed the way players (and us fans) feel about games. We always feel like we're in the game even when we're down 21-0. Aside from the bears and Seahawks games, these players haven't given up when faced with adversity. That's a product of good coaching. I commend him for that. However, his negatives out number his positives. Agaisnt the Seahawks they got up early and he failed to change his game plan to take advantage of their weakness, the middle of the field. He wanted to keep calling routes that went too deep instead of doing quick slants with miles and dez. The bears game was an all-around suck fest whether it was a bad throw, poorly run routes, dropped passes, blown coverages, poor tackling or what have you. The player were not prepared and that falls on the coaching staff. Then against the browns, bucs, and panthers, teams we should have blown out, we beat by a combined 14 points...a win is a win, but when you have playoff aspirations and you can barely beat bottom of the barrel teams, you aren't gonna go far. In this league. We have one win this year by more than 7 points. It's nice that we can win some close games, but every single ****ing game shouldn't be decided in the final minutes. We have been better here lately but we still make too many dumb penalties/mistakes, which is a result of poor coaching. He has also been a below average oc since 08. People say none of the good coaches call plays, why they say that I don't know because I have seen plenty of good coaches calling plays, so him being "overwhelmed" is no excuse. If he's overwhelmed, it's his own fault. He inherited a talented roster and he has under-acheived thus far. There are a lot of better options than him for head coach but jj will keep him around for next year even if we don't make the playoffs because there is a little bit of improvement from last year.