I wouldn't agree with either of those statements. The Campo years weren't fair, because those teams were absolutely bereft of talent. I think the teams liked both coaches, but they didn't show the same resilience they showed last year for Garrett. They flat-quit in embarrassing fashion for Wade, no matter how much they liked the guy. At some point, results always have to be commensurate with effort, I agree. You'd also have to agree that the league is full of teams that have not been successful under good and great coaches for factors not under the coach's direct control. The trick is in figuring out what's holding the team back, and whether or not it's the head coach. Just changing coaches when things don't go right for an entire team, is silly.