Needles and Pins
- Sep 17, 2010
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I definitely believe it is a possibility, but more so, based on organizational stability. Let us take Alex Smith, for example, in San Fran he looked pretty awful in what was a merry-go-round of front office, coaches, systems; etc. Once he was somewhere stable he looked consistent and effective. Now, before anyone jumps in and says — he is NOT Alex Smith(!) — i am not making that comparison. I am making the correlation between stability and potential growth/success.Do we really believe his problems are more “mental” and intangible like “not having fun?” Serious question.
I do not think anyone will argue that Cleveland, in essence, has been a model of dysfunction and how to make questionable decisions for an organization. All things considered — I want him to be successful and not have to start all over with the QB search. We all know that is not a one Draft and done process.