I'm as upset with Munchak as anyone this season, but how much of it is really his fault? It seems like the majority of the team plays well, but a few screw ups by players keep costing us ballgames. Even in the games we have won, there have been a bunch of screwups, and we still managed to win. Let's take a look at his losses. At Houston: We take a safety, allow two long game-tying drives at the end, and Locker overthrows a slant route on 3rd down which could have won us the game. The team played well enough as a whole to win. Vs undefeated Kansas City: Reynaud causes a fumbled punt to go for a KC touchdown. Fitzpatrick makes some terrible throws in the 4th quarter to lose the game. The team again played well enough as a whole to knock off a 5-0 team. Note we did this even with a backup QB. At Seattle: We were again in position to win at a very tough place against a very good opponent, yet more turnovers by Fitz, and a missed opportunity by Brown ended any chances. Note we did this even with a backup QB. Vs. San Fran: This was the one game of the year where we were clearly outplayed. We still had a slight chance at the end if it wasn't for Reynaud. Vs Jacksonville: We played pretty bad ball most of this game, but we still only ended up losing by 2 points. We suffered another safety on a hold in the endzone, and CJ fumbled the ball twice: Once at the 20, and once in the Red Zone. Had those screw ups not happened, we would have at least won the game. Vs Indy: Both teams had their ups and downs which is to be expected. We lost by 3 after Wiggles turned over a kickoff that may as well have been a 7 point swing. We keep that possession, and the outcome may have been different. Note we did this even with a backup QB. This is a team that could easily be 7-3 or 6-4 (or better) had we gotten a few breaks. In stead, everything that could go wrong has. After September, Munch was looking like a Coach of the Year candidate. But now we are all calling for his head.. but how much of it was his fault? I've been wanting Munch gone as much as anyone, but I can't help but feel sorry for him this season. I can see why it's more difficult of a decision to fire him than it may seem at first. Thoughts?