I've been hearing fans say, and rightfully so, that we can't keep rebooting by blowing up & starting over every three years. It's a valid point.
But it's going to happen, because again, Haslam is coming in and nobody currently on the coaching staff - or front office - are his guys.
Now, even though we're 0-3 again, it is not as hopeless as previous years. The offense has shown signs of life, and they overall team is very young. They'll improve as the year goes on.
So the course Haslam needs to do is selective replacement of key front office personnel without blowing everything up. I see something like this:
Holmgren: Gone. Look for Joe Banner from Philly being brought in. Consensus is Holmgren is simply collecting a check.
Heckert: Keep. Hes given us Phil Taylor, Jabaal Sheard, Joe Haden, TJ Ward, Trent Richardson, Brandon Weeden, Benjamin, Gordon, Schwartz. There's our core.
Shurmur: Get the F out of here. He does what his laminated sheet tells him to do.
Jauron: Keep. He's got the defense playing well, given Haden's suspended, Gocong out for the year, Taylor out until November.
Childress: An OC who doesn't call the plays? WTF?