further adventures in Jed York being unsuited for his position
I'm not sure why Detroit needs so many columnists to write the same exact thing. I'm half expecting Drew Sharp to realize this and start a Save RR campaign.Final straw: Latest loss shows Wolverines need change
I know it's a rough time but we seriously need to keep our heads in it. As much as we want to hate these are the days when true fans are born. It's seriously hard to turn on ABC at noon and not expect more than what we have but we HAVE to deal with it. It's what has been handed to us. Man up and continue the fight. That's all I really want as a fan. I want to know that fans still have our players' backs! If you aren't a fan of the coaching staff that's your business but remember the players who committed their futures to our program and to us their fans! Honestly, it's been rough but we need to man up and weather the storm. Go Blue!
The Defense will improve no matter what. It literally has nowhere to go but up.
But the Offense is a cause for concern. It flat out disappears when it matters in a big game against a good Defense.
We can run up and down the field between the 20's, but in the red zone when the field is packed in tight, we don't have the power to be able to run the ball, nor the passing skills with a 5' 9" QB to attack it through the air.
Some of this is youth and inexperience, no doubt. But how much?
Can someone please talk me off the edge and give me some reassurance that what we saw today is not what we will see next year and why?
Full postgame audio:
BTN highlights with RR postgame clip:
Some of you may have read this RichRod quote from the postgame presser: "I'm going to work tomorrow, as always."
In case you were curious about the line of questioning:
In the unlikely event that you're unfamiliar with Gregg Doyel, he's Drew Sharp with more talent and creativity. Ever see the "Dancing Homer" episode of The Simpsons? That would be Drew Sharp; Capital City's mascot would be Doyel.