I know that many of you will refer me to other threads.....
But I feel relatively strongly about this at this time.
We've seen that as teams get assembled, sometimes it is nice to start off with a new coach. We've seen this illustrated numerous times in different sports - I really only follow professional football and basketball, but the support for the claim is there - and starts in Indianapolis. Interestingly, these are all guys that are sort of pinned with the tag of presumed future team leaders...
Peyton Manning era started with Jim Mora
Larry Brown days started along with Mark Jackson
With LeBron Mike Brown was brought in to Cleveland
I might be over optimistic with regards to Collison, but maybe this would be a nice time to clean house with regards to the coaches and bring in a new vision. We all see JOB's tenure limited at this time, so why let him install an offense that will only be used for one year?
We have a nice core of players now. I think we might be able to attract a nice educator in a head coach at this point. Bob Hill, a great loveable guy, could only take this team so far back in 1992, but once there was a core he was out.
I think we might have a core here.
The only rational to keeping JOB are
2) The front office really thinks he can do a good job. This might be true but it seems not from this fan who now follows on the periphery in Rhode Island.