I think long term....you are correct. Mularkey did some good things given the situation.....taking over during the season, being despised by much of the fanbase, etc. Whether people want to admit it or not....he was a big part of the culture change and other positive things. Easier schedule, more talent/less talent...doesn't matter. He had the first winning record in quite some time (after a 3 win season), went to the playoffs and won a game there. Players loved him and people who dealt with him in the city liked him. He is gone.....No need to dance on his grave, Vrable will be a really good coach (if he loses a little of the player mentality.) I'm just ready for an OC and the draft.