this reminds me very much of the Harbaugh Jealousy thread. Coaches come and go, and when they first get their head coaching job it seems like they've sky-rocketed to the top. Everybody who said they wouldn't be successful is wrong because somebody was willing to give them a job.
When Arians puts together several winning seasons and at least makes it deep into the playoffs a few times, I'll be impressed.
Until then, I'm happy to see him get a chance, and regardless of his record I'm glad he's no longer the offensive coach here in Pittsburgh.
i'm not too happy with Sears right now, and on the 4th of July weekend.