Can’t argue your logic, but the only game that appears to be a definite loss is against the Niners. Pats, Broncos, Bucs, and Falcons are not great teams. Neither are we, but I think we win at least 2 more.
6-11 is unfortunately going to be enough cover for a “injuries killed our season!” excuse.
Which really sucks because we’re in a fulcrum point moment with Kyler. This SHOULD be an off-season where that kid really stock of himself and what he’s doing in the league and not doing to get better. It’s at that point that a NEW COACH could actually make a really positive impact to push him forward. But this coaching staff in his ear and head is just more of the same.
After a full season and a half now of the team and Kyler in particular going backwards, the only way forward is with the change up top.
You move forward with Kliff/Kyler, I think Kyler is damaged beyond repair. IDGAF about Kliff. But there aren’t many QBs who stink for 2.5 seasons that all of sudden turn their game around. Maybe there’s the random great year that a Jeff George or a Mike Vick would throw out there, but it’s unbelievably rare for someone to look like they have potential, then fall on their face for basically three years and then go on to be consistent stars at QB.
This off-season… eh… I’m wasting my breath. We all know Kyler/Kliff doesn’t work. And we all know Keim ain’t firing Kliff right after he probably lobbied King Moron to give Kliff a 5 year deal.
(And yes, @DVontel
i know nothing really changes with Keim still here. Been banging that drum since I started watching the 2018 train wreck of an off-season take shape).