But facts are facts. In his tenure, the team went 11-5 (with Pennington single-handedly winning 3-4 games; otherwise the team would have been 7-9 or 8-8), then went 7-9, 7-9, and now can do no better than 8-8.
They've been slow starters. They've let leads go. They're erratic. They're inconsistent. And IMHO they are not *that* good.
So the great debate over the last 4 weeks rolls on: do we need a new coach, a new GM, and new QB? 4 weeks ago the answers were yes, yes, and Hell YES!
What we think doesn't matter - only the opinion of the owner matters. And we'll see in a few weeks what he thinks.
Either way, there will be an outcry, I'm sure of it.