Look I'm just as furious as you are but I'm telling ya this constant turn over every 3 years is a sure way to keep loosing. The main gripe I have with Chan is the whole Spiller debacle,it's maddening that Spiller does not get the ball more. But Chan can't help that Fritz has a noodle arm and sucks, Fitz is clearly a career back up and nothing more. But look at all the teams that have stability and continuity they for the most part don't change coaches every 3 years like we do.
This is by no means an endorsement of Chan and Nix but to want complete change every 3 years is crazy people. Look at every coach that comes outta no where and gets a crappy team good. John nFox Carolina back in 04 I think gone fired and in Denver. Look at Smith in ATL what will happen to him if he does not get it done in the ATL? Look at Harbaugh and the mess he's created in SF with the QB situation. All I'm saying is that to say we need this"guy" or why didn't we hire this "guy" is all irrelevant. Our overriding problem is Ralph, is sucks and is inept.
But I do like the O, i have no problem with the O. I think Chan just needs a QB and he clearly does not have a good QB. Again I'm just saying we need to give Chan a short leash here and Nix and see what they can do with another year(possibly 2).
You can't argue that Nix hasn't upgraded this team talent wise since he arrived but he does need to hit one out of the park in this years draft. I' just as ticked off as everyone else on here at OBD but I'm just tired of this constituent turn over with the Bills it's not a good way and a healthy way to run an NFL team. In my humble opinion.
I say this with a heavy heart too cause I'm a die hard since 1983 and am just tired of the comments from other fans and the constant let down year in and year out by week 8 of the season knowing the Bills are once again gonna miss the playoffs. If they don't draft a QB in the 1st od 2nd round of this years draft OR go hard after a FA QB then I'm with everyone else that says boot'em out! Until then thought we need to stick with them.