I am not looking to pile on Miles. This is truly an analysis of why I have now started to admit to myself that it is not just pleasant goofiness of a great coach. It's not losses. It's the way we lose. It's the embarrassing stuff. 1. Clock management gaffs nearly every game. 2. No fire on the sidelines. 3. No significant or effective adjustments on either side of the ball in-game. 4. The standing around at times when we should be hustling, usually resulting in a delay of game penalty or wasted time out. 5. The bone-headed non-discipline that shows up at the worst times. 6. Miles' inability to verbally express himself (would be okay if the rest of the above resolved). 7. Rarely any real urgency even when needed. 8. No substitutions of future players when game situations allow. 9. Failure of recognition. (ex. everyone watching knew to watch for the fake punt, including the game announcers). Apparently, Miles missed it. This happens frequently. Miles is a good man and good coach. He is a decent recruiter. But, IMHO the fire is just gone. I have only started to admit this recently. For those who think I am bashing the man. Nothing could be further from the truth. I just want someone who can execute the job of coaching to a nearly 4 million dollar annual level.