More to the point, would anyone enjoy Dan Henning getting it right?
I don't know why anyone feels the need, any longer, to say that Dan Henning is the problem with this team. It's a given that a majority of people are of that mind, and want him gone.
My defense of him is, for the most part, irrelevant and also probably been written too many times, other than the fact that what I see, is an offenseive scheme evolving rather than exploding, in order to help a young quarterback.
So the question is, if we start to score considerably more points, in any way that he chooses to get it done, would that satisfy anti Henning fans now or is it too late, and you believe a change of philosophy is required?
Obviously if we won the Superbowl, I imagine that would do, but I mean, say over the next three games, if we scored 100 points(and won them) could you be persuaded to stick with Dan Henning?