Has there ever been a successful NFL HC who is a HOFer as HC? I'm not that familiar with NFL history. Seems that success as a player severely limits a persons ability to adapt to change. Many of the great former NFL players I've encountered are head-strong and almost arrogant. Not all of them, of course, but a disproportionate %. It seems like they believe their ideology, practice methods and ethic are all that is necessary to transition their player success into coaching success. It just doesn't work that way. As a HC, you have to take a more executive approach. You can't be too much of a player coach because that loses respect after a while. You can't be too caught up in attempting to infuse your own "glory days" methods into your current team. I think that is one of the problems we are seeing with Munchak (and Matthews as OL coach). They don't seem capable of innovation or adaptability. They seem recalcitrant to change. I really hope we see a fresh start at the end of the season. I'm roped in on these season fix as I paid my own cash for the PSL expense. I'd like to bail (and might) but I'm losing significant money if I do. Nobody will purchase the PSL transfer from me and I'm in steep with 8 of them. I can't keep throwing good money after bad because I simply don't enjoy going to watch the crap product any more. Been that way for about 5 years now. I was hoping we'd turn the corner but my doubts about Munchak, Locker and the organization's direction haven't been relieved.