That's the million dollar question, you know? Someone has to make that call. And he has to make it soon or there won't be a choice. If they decide to go outside the organization then I would expect sweeping changes unless it's someone like John Schneider coming back.
This is a Ted thing. He must be convinced the guy can play. It's obvious he can't and he hasn't been the presence on special teams he once was. Time to move on.
Dorleant wasn't ready to play. He barely had a training camp. They have a three-week window in which to practice him before they decide on whether to activate. I incorrectly Tweeted earlier that they still had their designated-to-return option. They don't. Once Dorleant practiced it went on him.
He's healthy for one thing. The Chargers may play a defense he's better suited for.
I thought he had a solid training camp and thought he might be able to help them. We can't judge him on one or two series, but I hear what you're saying. They should have someone better than him around.
No, I think it was the right thing. I think they appreciated what Andy did and saw that he wasn't going to take them farther than he had. There were personal matters Reid had to deal with also. It was time for him to move on. As Bob McGinn pointed out, there are parallels between Reid and McCarthy. If the season continues the way it has, a good look at the coaching situation will have to be done.
If they don't flex Detroit.
If Mike Daniels doesn't have a monster night, then something is wrong.
I'm sure we will, but unfortunately not from me. :(