Dorfdad made a post asking why nobody has gotten fired yet, and it kinda touched on something that I have been thinking about for awhile. The fundamental question is, "What do you think is the truth?" Do you think that all of the following players really are bad - Jackson, Kindley, Eichenberg, Robert Hunt, and Dieter prior to his injury? I'll be honest, the only one that I thought was a mistake at the time was Austin Jackson. I mean, I guess it is theoretically possible that all five of these guys are a bust. If that is the case, I think Grier is obviously the problem. This is where the theoretical deviates from common sense. I would just think that based on the draft position of all of these guys, some of them should be good players. Do you really believe that these guys are mediocre at best? If it is an issue of scheme, coaching, development, or playing guys out of position, I think blaming the line coach/offensive coordinators would be fair. I have a few alternate theories that I have been considering as well: -These guys are all just young, and it is a work in progress. As fans, we gotta just be patient, and it will work itself out. -We drafted a bunch of guards. Although an out there idea, it might be right. Remember back to draft day, it seems like every guy we drafted was praised for being position flexible. Remember when we got a peek into the Jags war room, and they had Eichenberg listed as a guard? It's possible that it just looks like we have a line, but it might be a mirage. I'm curious as to what you guys think.