Complaining for no reason? How is that even possible unless the "plan" works to perfection every single time? Pretty sure the OL play from this season validated all of the complaining last offseason about not putting together a strong unit. Or was the plan to have a crappy OL? I'm also sure the "plan" was to employ Rob Ryan for 2 seasons which is why he was fired instead of being a free agent. Must have written those extra years into the contract just for the laughs. "Always having a plan" doesn't really mean anything when the plan is constantly changing because certain aspects of the plan have failed shortly after implementation. If the "author" of the plan has to constantly change certain aspects of the plan to where a short time after the initial plan was written it only moderately resembles the current version, is that any different than not having a plan at all and just going with whatever works best at the moment? What if that was the plan, to just see what works best at any given moment? Is that a plan? If it is, sounds pretty damn awful to me. If it's not, in what ways is it different from having a plan all written out and then using pallet after pallet of White Out to make corrections? Ya know, if you perpetually tell people to "sit tight and see what happens" there will never be a time at which they actually can complain. Dallas fires #1 and hires #2: "Just sit tight and see what happens". Dallas fires #2 and hires #3: "Just sit tight and see what happens". If at each firing you do nothing but "sit tight and see what happens" because it is all a part of the "plan", then nothing is ever NOT a part of the plan and there is never a point at which people can complain. If you accept everything as a part of the plan and the plan is free to and will change at any given time, when do people get to comment on how horrible the plan is? The answer is pretty much, "never", because waiting to see how it plays out means that you are waiting forever. Waiting for a book to be published that's stuck in a cycle of first revisions.