Well, it's Year Two of the Post-Calvillo Era, and the mixing and matching is continuing. I said that this era will be difficult and frustrating while we search for the right personnel in the right positions.
Despite the 2-4 record, however, I am not despairing as I think they finally have a QB who can make things happen. I still believe that the have the O weapons to get things done. For the OC, we need more creativity in the red zone and on 2nd- and 3rd-and-shorts. The QB plunge is not always working, so Schonert has to draw some things up.
On D, and at the risk of sounding like a broken record, we need to pressure the QB. No QB will be consistently effective when running for his life. Our DHs are a concern to me. Cox et al are regularly getting beat on longer routes. That either means that they are losing a step, are not playing to their strengths, that the D formation is not right, or a combination of all of the foregoing.
Lastly, there is the question of execution. We took a lot of stupid and costly penalties. In the final analysis, that is on individual players. The coaching staff has to coach up these players and, if necessary, start looking for the next man in.
Their record is not yet out of reach, and there is still 2/3 of the season left to go. At any moment, any given tean can go into a slump and we can start to string a few Ws together. I still remain cautiously optimistic about this season.