This site is well-known for fan overreaction after a big win or a big loss. It is the nature of the beast. Very valid. I felt the same. I wanted the change at the half. But there were so many blunders unassociated with Hasselbeck. I just think it's easier for fans to point to one thing instead of looking at the full crapfest of the OL/CJ not doing anything, the DL/LBs allowing Brown to gash them, etc. I agree. I wish someone would at least ask why he's not trying other combinations. What I suspect is that he knows who he has and doesn't feel plugging a backup in fixes the problem. I don't see any way you flip Amano and Harris but that has to be something considered this offseason. You and I might plug in Velasco just to see what happens but Munch may think what he gains in run blocking is lost in pass protection. This is all speculation on my part but fixing the run game has to be priority #1 entering the offseason, IMO. If he sits back and keeps the OL the same, then I begin moving over to the side with those who feel he's incompetent. I'm sure he is overwhelmed at times. I would suspect most first-year head coaches are. But there have been quite a few successful coaches in the NFL who started off with losing records. If he doesn't produce in '12, then you have to look at options. This crap about him not showing emotion meaning he doesn't care or have passion for his job is idiotic, IMO, and really diverts from the real issues.