My thoughts after the past two weeks:
Jim Popp should be fired after the season is over and Bob Wetenhall should conduct an exhaustive, professional search for a new GM in the offseason. If Wetenhall can't bring himself to fire Jim Popp, he should sell the team, because in a few years there won't be a franchise left anyway.
Everyone has a best-before date with a given team. Jim Popp has reached his and it's time for us to move on from him. I respect what he accomplished in the past, but he has completely lost the plot of how to build a winning team. What's worse, the owner keeps parachuting him in to try to fix the team midseason when it has become very, very clear that this team not only is not good enough, but is not being run in a professional manner. Dysfunction has become the team's hallmark and the chickens are coming home to roost now.
We need a fresh perspective, a change in how this team is run in the football ops department. We have known ONE GM since the team returned to Montreal, which is amazing but also abnormal. At some point, both the GM and the team need to move on.