I have seen a pattern here that I REALLY like. When there has been a player on the bubble, or a position that they are not entirely happy with as far as field performance, the team has brought in players to provide a security blanket. They do not go into the season just hoping a guy will get better or that the coaches will be able to coach him up. And in saying that I have a MUCH higher level of confidence in these coaches being able to coach someone up than I did under the Lovie regime. Still, even though their capabilities are better, they don't rely on "maybe". The two most recent examples are bringing in Clausen (at the time neither Palmer nor Fales were providing a high degree of comfort -- since then Palmer has gotten much better), and bringing on Holmes. When they don't like what they see, they act. As much as I love it, I am still trying to get used to it.