Certain teams such as New England,Pittsburgh,Baltimore,Green Bay,N.Y. Giants,New Orleans and until recently Indy,etc. all seem to stay in the postseason year in and year out. Yes it takes a good franchise QB but even if you have a really good one you still need to have other pieces fall into place also.Still need to have a decent defense and talent in other places to make it overall. The first ten years here were in my opinion a success up until 2009 which is where the drop off happened here.We were one of the winningest teams from '99 through '08 and during that ten year span reached the postseason six times going to Super Bowl,two AFC championship games and having the winngest record in the league on two or three occassions. From 2009 through 2012 there hasn't been much luck here as we've reached 8-8,6-10 and 9-7 while sitting at 4-6 at this point in the '12 season.We are 27-31 since the '09 season started up to now. One weakness was having Kerry Collins at the QB position although the defense was good enough to keep us in games then.Now that we do have Locker and Hasselbeck and some offense we don't have the defense to keep us in the winning margin. As far the GM and leadership Reinfeldt and Webster do they do enough as far as the draft or free agency? Recently it might've been a mistake to let Cortland Finnegan go not to mention the offseason time that was blown chasing Peyton Manning. Also the coaching as of late has to be considered a weakness.Rehashing the same names and keeping things in house are definitely keeping us from taking the next step.Jerry Gray has been here before of course but this most recent stint has been rough as we are pretty much the worst defense in the league.Say what you will about Mike Munchak but to me he should've stayed where his bread was buttered and that was running the offensive line because he looks lost at times out there as head coach. I think to have any success they are going to have to start going outside the organization if they are going to have any chance at finding quality coaches and management.Staying inside the team has hurt overall as most of these hires have not panned out lately.