"Now that the stats justify my point" you can apply to Bob to be the HC.
Your words, not mine.
My opinion, and apprarently Lancaster's, is that "stats are for losers".
We have made significant investments in this club (note it is not yet a "team") on offense.
You make a good point that we tried to establish the run in the first quarter, and "got away from it" in the second, and started living (and dieing) subsequently.
The last time Hamilton used WR's for anything purposeful was when we had Tony Champion and Earl Winfield, and that was a long time ago.
Using DJ inside is interesting, but we already have Vaughn there, and DJ's a tad small to play inside. If you want a big bruiser with sure hands and a dedication to the team, pick Mike Morreale, someone you continue to diss...
BTW, thank you for the lack of Boreham dissing that you normally spew. His kickoffs were great, and the failed field goal was due to bad snapping, though an encouraging word to Jaimie is beyond your literary ability, apparently...
We do not have a "best receiver"...we have a bunch of receivers, all of whom are dependent on a QB, an OLine, and a proper game plan.
You may favour Flick, for reasons of your own, and I agree that he's a nice enough guy.
If you want to take the sad and sorry state of statistics, I'll say my favourite is Vaughn, and ask that you counter with your statistical arguments.
So set that all aside.
We need a new game plan, offensively, and that may require a new OC. I don't have a nominee for the job, but don't really want Kent Austin, after a week of reflection on his firing. I would like it better if Ron Lancaster made the hire, and made somev sort of move to show where the takeover of the HC position was recognized in such a hire.
Sure, get our "best receiver" the ball...the guy who doesn't cut the route short...the guy who breaks from his cover, the guy who actually catches the ball and gets the yards after catch...its a BUNCH of guys, not just one...