Has the game passed Bill Parcells by? I’m just wondering after watching him for 3 years and the play calling and the old school tactics with regard to injuries. We had a play last night and I predicted what the play was going to be before it was run. They had a 4 receiver set with JJ in the back field. I was thinking don’t do it, the cardinals know its coming! They ran a draw and the safety came up knowing this and stopped JJ in the backfield. That’s just one example. How about injuries? Last year I think that JJ would not have gotten hurt had BP let the kid recover from an injury in pre-season, but Parcells was old school and stubborn. You can’t afford your prize starters to be lost to the season when it’s obvious they are already hurting in today’s win now league. Jacob Rogers was not supposed to make the trip because of his shoulder, he gets hurt last night in a game. This is stupid! His guys are not listening to him when it comes to penalties. He was supposed to fix this 3 years ago, but they are doing the same things. Parcells is so stuck in the 80’s, that he doesn’t understand that this is a young mans game. He keeps bringing in these old QB’s and we have IMO really good QB prospects here. We had the opportunity to go after Kurt Warner who actually has skins on the wall (lots of them) and he opted to go after someone he coached before. He's too in a hurry to win since he's old. It seems like he doesn't want to take the time with young guys in important positions like QB. There was absolutely no reason why Henson should have been on the bench last year when it was painfully obvious that Vinny T. could not get it done. When he pulled Henson for throwing an interception, I was so MAD I couldn’t think. All in all, I’m just wondering if Bill has become enamored with the 80’s and 90's and how things were done then, when it’s obvious that this day and age things are different from play calling to injuries, to how you treat your players in the media, to philosophy. I still believe in Big Bill, I just think he needs to not be so stuck in his ways that he refuses to change a few things. I'm not saying change his over all philosophy, but in a few things. Teams catch up with schemes and tactics and you can't keep using the same old tricks. You have to be willing to go outside of your normal sometimes and do what's best for now including the future.