This should be a good thread for everyone to add their epic Rant. I just ask that you keep things withing the guidelines. Some numbers and stats to consider... 2010 45-7 loss vs Green Bay 2011 34-7 loss vs Philadelphia 2012 27-7 loss vs Seattle 2013 49-17 loss vs New Orleans 4 years where we have a blow out loss by 20 or more points and even those point totals do not due justice the level of beat down we endured during those losses. Last night in our epic arse whooping... Mark Ingram has never had a 100 yard game in the regular season of his NFL career. His highest two totals prior to last night were 90 and 91. His three rushing totals for THIS year have been 11,19 and 20. Of his 195 total rushing yards this year he netted 145 of those last night against our team. He has a career game against us. This is not the first time a player has had a career game against us. Heck just earlier this season look at what Megatron did. Another number.... 40 first downs against us. Not just a New Orleans record, Not just a record vs the cowboys, not just an NFC record...but a stinking all time NFL record. Let that sink in. 3299 yards for 20 TDs and 11 ints. That is what the QBs have done vs the cowboys so far this season. And that includes the crappy jobs by Sam Bradford, RGiii, Nick Foles and Matt Barkely. Here is another interesting stat. I took the totals for the top to rushers from each game and each team so far this season... So far in 10 games our top two rushers have totaled 741 yards for an average of 74.1 yards a game. So far in 10 games our opponents top two rushers have totaled 1157 yards for an average of 115.7 yards per game. We have had ONE game where our top two rushers have broken 100 yards. The number of games our opponents have surpassed 100 yards with their top two rushers....6. The point I am making here is that both sides of the ball are to be blamed. There are too many people who think we should be blaming the bulk of the problems on offense. Too many saying we should blame the bulk on Defense. It is quite clear that both sides are equally to blame here. Getting into an argument with other posters about which side of the ball is worse is kind of silly. This team as a whole has bad problems on both sides of the ball. Heck the only area that seems to be decent this year is the special teams. ---- A few general thoughts. There was one thing I thought that Jason had going for him. I think the team as a whole played hard for him no matter what. Now of course there will be a few that don't as is always the case but as a whole they played hard for him. I think they have lost trust in him and callahan now. I think the only coach that probably still has players playing hard for him right now is Rod. The sad thing about that is they are all street FAs that were not on the team prior to the off season except for Ware and Hatcher and both of those guys are injured. So these street FAs know they are playing week to week and are playing for another week and in some cases maybe another contract ala selvie and a couple of others. I think they know if they quit it could be their last shot in the NFL so they are still playing as well as they can. Even when playing as hard and as good as they can, they are not starters on other teams, heck there were not even deemed good enough to be back ups on other teams. As bad as this beat down was I still don't know if Jerry will pull the plug on Jason. It will have to take some more beat downs like last night in order for him to change. I know in his mind he will say...well we lost Waters, We have a patchwork of weekly changes on the D-line, We don't have spencer, ratliff and barely have ware and hatcher is hurting. We lose Lee. We got miles out...what I am saying is he will justifiy this due to injuries and give Jason more room...unless Jason and this team have another game or more like last night. So keep that in mind. Personally I am ready to move on without Jason. Scary thought is it CAN be worse without him and Jerry is a man who can find someone worse or as equally bad for this team. I could see him bringing in a Norv Turner. I am also worried we will not draft for the trenches. Two Olinemen in the last 3 years and that is a first but that might be pushing it. I think this next draft should be trenches only unless there is just no players worthy of the pick in a specific round. But I would imagine with the trenches you can find an offensive or defensive lineman that would be slotted for a pick in each round. I think Rod could do wonders with a higher draft pick or a middle to top end FA. If he can get these street FAs to play as good as he has (and I mean good as he has for their status) just imagine what he could do with some better talent. Of course that is if he is even here next year. Frankly he is one of the few I would like to see stay but I would not complain if a new HC is brought in and they wanted someone else...I doubt a new HC could ask for a better D line coach or DC if they wanted him for that. ok...I have rambled enough for now. So post your epic rant.