I think we all saw it when this staff was put together. First time head coach with no coordinator experience with weak coordinators and inexperienced position assitants. Not a good mix for success. Perhaps on a different staff, with better support these guys could be more successful. On this staff though they have failed. Consider the following: Mike Munchak: Hall of fame players have never been successful head coaches. Has never coached on another team, never been a coordinator and never coached under a head coach other than the guy he replaced. Chris Palmer: Was a hot name 12 years ago. Game has probably passed him by. Has trouble even landing position coaching jobs. Probably better suited to being a QB coach at this point. Jerry Gray: When Munch hired him he was about to become the DB coach at Texas. So we hired a college position coach as our DC. Has only ever been a DC once, in Buffalo, where Greg Williams held his hand. Munch is not able to offer as much help. Some green assistants who could be good if they had a stronger head coach or coordinator helping them: Tracy Rocker: Excellent college coach with a top program but no pro coaching experience. Bruce Matthews: Amazing hall of fame player who could end up being a great position coach were his buddy Munch able to focus on metoring him. With weak coordinators I am not sure how much time Munch has for that. Dave Ragone: Appears to have done a pretty good job all things considered. Last year Nate Washington had a career year and Lavelle Hawkins finnally started showing something. Daminian Williams continues to be solid and Kendell Wright has produced well for a rookie coming from a spread offence. Looks like he could have a bright future. Would be interesting to see what these guys could do if surrounded by more talent...... Coaching talent that is. Maybe Munch can turn it around with some major staff changes in the offseason. Something needs to happen though.