Originally Posted by FanSince72
OK, so who wants to be the first to tell me that I'm wrong about LeBeau?
The average door to a shopping mall offers more resistance than our NUMBER ONE DEFENSE does.
Me! What do I win?
We bet the farm on offensive talent and then let Arians refuse to do anything with them for five years. We cut some quite suitable defensive players this offseason to make room for a high power offense that is still learning to play football after five years of destructive coaching. It's not time to demand the head of the once best defensive coordinator in the NFL just yet. Even the best of them get beat sometimes, and Lebeau is no exception, and unlike Arians has had, and now Haley, he no longer has the best talent level to work with.