My man, never said Gase is infallible. Far from it. He's made mistakes. Show me a head coach that hasn't. But I can't think someone as respected as yourself can't see the following: Gase has had his franchise QB for 12.5 of 33 games since he's been in charge. What do you think Mike McCarthy's record would have been the past two seasons if he'd had Aaron Rodgers for 12.5 of 33 games? Or Pete Carroll's without Russell Wilson? Or Bill Belichick without Tom Brady? The Packers were 4-1 when Rodgers got hurt and lost 8 of the remaining 11. Two of those three wins came in overtime including one against winless Cleveland. Gase since he's been here is 16-16 - a 10-6 season followed by a 6-10 season. McCarthy is 17-15 - a 10-6 season followed by a 7-9 campaign. Gase has had Tannehill just over a third of games. McCarthy has had Rodgers for 21 of 32 games. Yet the win/loss differential is +1 in favour of Mike McCarthy, Super Bowl winning head coach with arguably the greatest QB of all time as his starter. Sorry, but these things HAVE to be put into some perspective. They have to. You'll have heard me plenty of times asking Gase tough questions in press conferences, same with Philbin in London. The statement that I must be on the payroll because of a few posts on this board isn't really on.