This is one very scary stat that I just noticed. We lost our last 5 divisional games by a combined score of 182-72 going back to the end of last season against the Patriots, Jets, Bills, Jets and Patriots in this order. 3 out of those 5 games were at home. What does this tell us? I think it has a lot to do with our coaches and more specifically our coordinators. Obviously the jury is still out on Anarumo and Campbell, but it seems like Lazor and Coyle were getting constantly out-coached and out-schemed within our division. We also lost the Jaguars game, a team which played us last season and had some familiarity with the offense. These teams seem to have figured us out and we just can't stop them, whether the games are at home or away. If you look at our record versus teams that hadn't played us yet in that same time span, we actually played pretty well (offensively at least). We put up 36 on the Broncos, 37 on the Vikings, 38 on the Titans and 44 on the Texans. It's like teams initially have some trouble with us because we run a different offense that confuses them. Then when they learn how to stop us, they do it consistently and we have no answers. If this trend continues, we'll likely continue to play well against teams that have not played us yet under Lazor and will continue to struggle against teams that have. This means we'll likely struggle against: The Bills, Jets, Ravens and Chargers. Maybe the Eagles since they run a similar style of offense and Kelly probably knows Lazor's tendencies very well. If you think about, we may also struggle against the rest of the NFC East for the same reasons, like we did against the Redskins. I think the writing is on the wall, if we do not get this fixed we'll likely have a losing season, especially now that Wake is injured.